Schools in the country closed tomorrow due to a 24-hour strike – Teachers react to Kerameos bill

The country ‘s schools will remain closed tomorrow, Tuesday, June 9, due to the 24-hour strike announced by the teachers.

With the strike “lock” in the schools, the teachers express their opposition to the bill of the Ministry of Education that brings significant changes in all levels of education, from kindergarten to tertiary education.

The Federation of Higher Education Officers (OLME) in a statement on tomorrow’s strike called for “the withdrawal of the anti-education bill, the abolition of the amendment-shame for the live broadcast of the lesson by public education, to increase funding.” the state budget and to take all necessary health measures for the safe operation of schools. ”

For its part, the Hellenic Teachers’ Federation (DOE) points out that “the political leadership of the Ministry of Education, uncompromising and with complete contempt for democratic institutions and the institutional dialogue against the loud protest of teachers, students and parents, submitted late last night. multi-bill in Parliament and, unfortunately, will proceed in the next few days to vote on it “.

Both OLME and the IOC say they will hold a rally in the Propylaea tomorrow and march towards the Parliament (13:00), while they have planned a demonstration in the Parliament and on Wednesday , the day of the vote on the bill.

Source –  iefimerida.gr 

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