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due to a lack of candidates, registrations for teaching competitions have been postponed

Teaching professions are no longer attractive. Illustrative photo.

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Teaching professions are no longer attractive. Candidates for teaching competitions had until November 9 to register on the online platform. But ultimately, the Ministry of National Education decided to extend the registration deadline to December 7. The reason for this one-month extension is the insufficient number of candidates for the competitions.

According to information from Parisian of last November 10, the ministry tried to justify this postponement by alleging the suspension of the communication campaign, due to the assassination of Professor Dominique Bernard, on October 13 in Arras. But the pretext left no one fooled. The suspension only lasted a week.

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Last year, 3,000 positions were not filled

Last year, the same phenomenon had already occurred. Rue de Grenelle had extended the registration deadline by two weeks, hoping to attract candidates. But at the end of the competitions, 3,000 teaching positions had not been filled.

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In its press release, the ministry provided additional details, recalling that “ the competition allows you to build a career within National Education, with continuous salary progression and interesting professional prospects “. And to add: “ New structural measures aimed at better recognizing the profession of professor and contributing to its attractiveness are underway and will complement the salary increase. implemented since the start of the 2023 school year thanks to the historic increase in the budget of the Ministry of National Education and Youth “. HAS see if the strategy works.

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