An “unprecedented” increase in teachers’ salaries. The Government has provided an allocation of 935 million euros as part of the 2023 budget, presented on Monday, September 26, to materialize Emmanuel Macron’s commitments in terms of teacher compensation. This revaluation is broken down into two parts: a “base” increase of 10% on average and an additional salary increase to pay the new assignments that teachers will accept.
In total, the long-term annual cost of these teaching revaluations “will exceed 2,000 million euros”, according to the finance bill for 2023. Consultations on remuneration must begin from October 3 with the social partners. As a reminder, the government has committed that no teacher earns less than 2,000 euros net per month from the start of the next school year.
In addition, about 140 million euros are planned for salary increases for non-teaching staff. An endowment of 1,700 million euros is also earmarked to finance the increase in the index point on July 1, 2022 for all ministry personnel. In total, credits for school education increase by 3,700 million euros. The National Education budget reaches 60,200 million euros.
The finance bill for 2023 also foresees a “reduction in the number of teachers and administrative staff by 1,985 full-time equivalents (FTE) in the scale (…)
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