US: A CPE struck by students in a college in Toulouse

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Le collège Stendhal de Toulouse, où une CPE a été frappée par des élèves jeudi 22 septembre 2022. © Capture of screen / Google Street View The Stendhal College in Toulouse, where a CPE was struck by students Thursday September 22, 2022.

Thursday September 22, a Principal education advisor was struck by several students in a college in Toulouse. She filed a complaint.

A Main Education Advisor (CPE) was struck by several students in a college in Toulouse Thursday, September 22, and filed a complaint against X, we learned from police source on Saturday, September 24.

The aggression stopped thanks to the intervention of a teacher and a pupil

at 10:30 am Thursday, in the Stendhal college, located in a peripheral district of Toulouse, the CPE of the establishment fell on the ground in Trying to intervene between two students, before being hit with kicks and fists by several college students, according to the same source. The assault was stopped thanks to the intervention of a teacher and another student.

A complaint filed

The CPE filed a complaint at the police station on Friday, confirmed to AFP an official of the SNES-FSU union in Haute-Garonne.

Several teachers of this college located in REP + zone (reinforced priority education network) have exercised their right of withdrawal, specifies the police source.

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