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Overworked and undervalued: France's teachers slam poor working conditions

Last week, teachers in France carried out a series of strikes in protest at an education reform bill called the Blanquer Law. Named after Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer, it was passed by MPs in February. But their anger goes beyond this particular law. More generally, many French educators say they're fed up with increasingly difficult working conditions. Our team went to find out why.

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