Education. Louis-Pasteur school: they denounce overcrowded classes

The rain will not have demotivated the parents of students concerned about the education of their children. This Tuesday, June 28, at 4:30 p.m., about fifteen parents mobilized to voice their concerns in front of the Louis-Pasteur elementary school.

This establishment classified REP (priority education network) sees its CP and CE1 classes split to facilitate the learning of children. But from one year to the next, parents testify to increasingly overloaded classes. For several weeks, parents have been sending letters to the dasen (Academic Director of the National Education Services) and to the National Education Inspector of the district…