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Managing teacher absences


With more than one million employees - i.e., almost half of all civil servants - including 900,000 teachers, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport devotes a large part of its work to managing its human resources, and in this context, must manage teacher absences. The report published today emphasises that these absences, far from being a global phenomenon, actually cover two very distinct categories: absences for personal reasons (linked in particular to health), and those related to the running of the school itself (on-going training, examinations, school trips, etc.). While the health crisis has highlighted the importance of the continuity of face-to-face learning, the Court of Accounts makes six recommendations aimed at better understanding the phenomenon, improving preventive healthcare initiatives, and limiting and covering short-term absences.

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