Fronde vs. Stanislas: our analysis!

Dear friend, dear friend,

When she was first appointed, the new Minister of National Education, Amélie Oudéa-Castera, engaged in a bogus argument to justify her choice to send her children to the private sector.

Despite herself, her faults, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra has reignited the public/private school match!

Of course, she didn't have to apologize or even make up false reasons for her choice to place her elementary school children in the most prestigious private high school in France.

It is the right of every parent to choose the method of education that best suits their children.

The problem is that this right is fiercely attacked by the President of the Republic. He limited the conditions of access in the Law that was originally planned to suppress separatism, and was renamed the “Law on the Values ​​of the Republic”.

So, apparently, when the Minister of National Education, during her first public appearance, scolds the Paris public school in the golden districts of the 6th arrondissement by name, pretending that she left it because of “thousands of unreplaced hours”, while “in reality, in this primary school no problem with absences, it stuck.

When she makes a big deal out of it by insisting on the fact that “my husband and I have had enough”, this causes, quite naturally, the relevant staff at the Littré school to react strongly and let anyone who will listen know that the child in question was in kindergarten and that the minister enrolled Stanislas in the private elementary school by choice, not by the failure of the public institution.

It would be simpler and fairer to remember that parents are the first educators of their children, that it is up to them and only them to choose the educational system that best suits their child. That this right is inalienable and must be defended.

She was able to state that our unique educational system in the world combines:

  • the public sector that accepts 80% of students in France;
  • private system under contract;
  • private system outside the contract;
  • family upbringing.

This French exception makes it possible to offer a system adapted to all profiles of children.

This variety of forms of teaching, which is also highly regulated and highly controlled (sometimes excessively, when it comes to non-contractual), provides a richness in terms of pedagogy and learning methods that serve the entire educational system. French.

She could conclude that public schools will be able to return to their best level precisely by drawing inspiration from the best in each education system and thus offer all children in France a school that educates, that develops their thirst for learning and fosters a sense of brotherhood among students.

I spoke to the media to react to this sequence, which was briefly suppressed by the anger of farmers, but which is feared to quickly return to the fore as a catalyst for the teachers' strike, which is a permanent announcement…

I invite you to discover my interventions below and tell me what you think about them by leaving a comment at the bottom of this article!

The first intervention – LJanuary 15 in 2024

In the show Midi news on CNews on January 15, on the set of Sonia Mabrouk, I was able to:

  • Do not forget that parents have the right to choose the method of education that best suits their children;
  • Explain why private schools are more efficient than public schools today;
  • Explain how private schools won the war of meritocracy, demands and work rigor;
  • Do not forget the importance of our cultural heritage in order to enable children's intellectual development.

Discover my intervention now:

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