The Union of Private Secondary Education Employees (UPSEE) is activated to contact partners, including the Federation of managers of private colleges to discuss the day's activities.
President Yahya Paraouty argues that the union "will not penalize students," it is for this reason that the strike is organized just before the exams of the second quarter. The Union regrets
"Lack of consideration" of the Ministry of Education to them. After their peaceful demonstration on Wednesday, May 29, the union argues that there has been no official correspondence with the Ministry of Education to discuss issues related thereto.
However, immediately after the event, an employee of the Ministry of Education had invited UPSEE to meet the head of the Cabinet said department as soon as possible. This should record all complaints and a meeting with the Minister Bunwaree would follow.
Among the points of contention, there is the case of thirty teachers considered redundant and national examinations Form III, according to UPSEE are a danger to students. "Lack of an adequate curriculum" for students who are admitted Prévoc in colleges and must pass exams CPE in October is also subject to controversy.