Pauline Schnegg is a graduate of Contemporary Literature and teaches in a secondary school in Montpellier. She is also a teacher trainer, training teachers of literature and providing feminist education at the CGT. As editor in chief of the CGT éducation publication "Perspectives, éducation, formation” [Prospects, education, training], she coordinates women’s interunion meetings (CGT-FSU-Solidaires), leads the FERC ( fédération de l'éducation de la recherche et de la culture CGT) women and gender diversity group and is a member of the confederal women and gender diversity group.
Written by Pauline Schnegg
Surprisingly, while most teachers (70% of teachers in France are women) are in favour of equality between girls and boys, as soon as the words “feminist pedagogy” are uttered, they are met with confusion and even rejection. It is like claiming to be in favour of equality without promoting the...Are new technologies feminist?
The Greek god Kairos represents an opportunity to be seized in the guise of a young man who is naked, but sports a tuft of hair on his head. When he comes within our reach, one of three things can happen: we do not see him; we see him but...“Enhancing the status of female dominated occupations”, by Pauline Schnegg.