Eric Marty, deputy editor-in-chief of Midi Libre, returns in his editorial on the changes announced concerning the health protocol in schools, on the eve of a national strike movement.
No matter how much you want to keep your cool, the situation in schools is seriously annoying. The change in protocol announced Monday evening by the Prime Minister did not extinguish the fire started by the old protocol communicated the day before the start of the school year.
Overwhelmed teachers, lost between announcements and procedures almost impossible to apply in the field; parents asked to react again, and then no, finally at the end of the day instead.
The T system, as a test, irritates, and not just the nasal cavities, when it is put in perspective with scientific knowledge on the spread of the virus and the desire to achieve collective immunity. The mobilization of teachers promises to be important on Thursday.
Parents’ representatives are calling for a day without school to join the movement of fed up with a school that is open but almost at a standstill. A few months before the presidential election, this T system, like tension, is not a good omen for the executive.