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Pap Ndiaye promises the unions “to act” the return of mathematics in the common core



The new minister, Pap Ndiaye received Tuesday, May 24, all the representatives of national education staff. After a first day of discussion which is expected to continue on Wednesday 25 May, the unions reported that the Minister had promised “to act » the return of mathematics to the common core.

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“He wants to imprint his style, be in consultation, exchange, give pledges on the methodsaid Sophie Vénétitay, general secretary of Snes-FSU, the first secondary school union, at the end of the meeting. We unfolded the various urgent topics such as salaries, back to school, the state of mind of anger and fatigue of colleagues and also the place of mathematics in the common core ».

A return to “acted” mathematics, according to the unions

On this point, the Minister of Education said that this return of mathematics in the common core in first class was ” deed “she assured. “However, we must discuss the modalities, the programs, the coefficients”added the new minister, according to the comments reported by the trade unionist.

His predecessor, Jean-Michel Blanquer, had promised a return to mathematics in the common core in high school from the next school year, a deadline that is difficult to sustain according to the heads of establishments.

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The new minister “told us that the reintroduction of mathematics in the common core was recorded, that he listened to all the actors but that the modalities remained under study”detailed Stéphane Crochet, from SE-Unsa.

Pap Ndiaye “affirmed his conviction that we must vigorously tackle the attractiveness of our professions, including and perhaps above all on issues of remuneration”added Stéphane Crochet. “His roadmap is under construction”said the trade unionist, repeating the words of the minister.

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This one has ” no timetable given for the upgrading of teachers but recalled that “it’s a commitment from Emmanuel Macron”added Sophie Vénétitay.

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