15 November to 21 November 2004) Not much in weekly.
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(week of 15 November to 21 November 2004) Not much in weekly. Can be found in the Figaro speeches we can expect on the school … The most interesting article in the Express who shared the work of Eric Maurin on the impact of children’s lives – and especially housing – on academic achievement. Good reading ———————————————— ———————– the Nouvel Observateur Thursday, November 18, 2004 – Nothing seen ————- … ————————————————– ————- the Point of November 18, 2004 the teachers overstaffed Each year, national Education, the largest employer in France, recruiting for forty specialists in 350 disciplines. It is therefore almost inevitable that there are excess teachers recruited during good times, but unexpended lack of pupils. How are they to be paid to do nothing? 2400, or 0.63% of secondary school teachers! […]Read the rest of the article —————————————- ———————————— Express 15 November 2004 the room for success Conditions schoolchildren of life is a factor of inequality as heavy as the cultural baggage of their parents. This evidence was never the subject of serious and quantitative analysis. This was achieved do my statistic homework
thanks to unpublished works of Eric Maurin, a researcher at the Economic Research Group and Statistics (Grecsta / CNRS), demonstrating – in the French Ghetto (Threshold / the Republic of ideas) – how school segregation settle into irreversible mechanisms. At the age of 15, the rate of educational backwardness is 61% in the resident families overcrowded said housing, with more than one child per room, while it is only 39% in families with only one child per room. The neighborhood also plays. If one compares the educational backwardness of newcomers with the schoolchildren living in a deprived area, we see that after a year away from their performance halved. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——————————— The Figaro-madame / Figaro Magazine Saturday November 20, 2004 Francois Fillon or school made the people BY ROBERT REDEKER […] in school history, the bracket combines demagogy (ageism, anti-elitism, anti-intellectualism, intimacy between adults and students) and revolutionary project closes. Proposals Fillon reopen the social ladder by drawing a line on school designed as a place of life, restoring its function as a place of study. In "degadgetisant" teaching and insisting on "the common ground" that it will be set carefully and cautiously, he restored the link between high culture and the people. Thus it restores the conditions of possibility of the French exception that the republican school was the mistress of work: the parts Moliere, Racine’s tragedies, Balzac’s novels, poems of Ronsard, etc., do some of the more concerns. […] Read more of the article SCHOOL Missed opportunity? Earlier this week, two days before the intervention of Francois Fillon on France 2, several key points of her future "great law school" were still under discussion: including the teaching of English or rules repetition. But that began to filter through the rest hardly encouraged optimism. […] So it remains to hope that MPs and senators will amend considerably. Thinking to serve the cause of students rather than the satisfaction of the unions most conservative of all ministries. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——————————— Politis of 18 November 2004 ——- Nothing seen … ————————————————– ——————- Marianne of November 18, 2004 A victory for Ravaillac! It rains on the Pantheon. But this does not prevent the former students of Henry IV distribute their number of Ravaillac dedicated to sex and pornography. This newspaper had caused a scandal two years ago. The Administrative Court of Appeal of Paris, ex-students have indeed won their case against the headmaster of the Parisian establishment. And their victory, they stand for, citing the right to freedom of expression, it proves they were right on the bottom. Background: the second issue of Ravaillac, diary kept by young students and khagneux of Henri IV, was devoted to sexuality in all its forms. History spicing the case, the A sported a photo of some members of the naked writing. The reaction of the higher authorities of the best high school in France did not expect: not to disseminate the subject of the offense in the establishment and penalties for apprentices reporters. Yet beyond this naked cover, the same newspaper content presented nothing provocative well. Articles of reflection on pornography and the image of sexuality a bit naive at best. Jonathan, spokesman of the group, specifies that "this photo was not in goal for gratuitous provocation. It was the fruit of a reflection on the notion of taboos, shame and the eyes of others. " Returning distribute their famous publication, the association calls Ravaillac all students to take up this case. "Do newspapers, refuse censorship, discuss all issues without taboos, and if we stop you … are complaining" is the message she wants to convey. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——————————— Posted by Watrelot to Sunday, November 21, 2004