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The opening of five classrooms and three conditional openings are planned for the next school year. On the other hand, the closure of eight departments is planned, while the number of students in primary education continues to decrease.
While the CDEN (Departmental Council of National Education), a body that enables specifying the contours of the future school plan in primary education, was held at the end of the day yesterday, the academic inspection confirmed that it “ there would be no withdrawal of employment in public schools at the beginning of the 2024 school year.”. Even if, “For more than five years, a significant and regular decline in enrollment has been observed. At the beginning of the 2023 school year, approximately 400 fewer students were observed in public and private schools”.
And for the next school year, enrollment is estimated to drop to 127 students.
Two replacements in the title of full professor
Therefore, academic services ensure that Aveyron's student supervision rate (number of school teachers per 100 students), which has been steadily increasing since 2016, will further increase in September 2024.
However, several class closures are planned: at the Arc-en-Ciel school in Saint-Christophe-Vallon; Jean-de-la-Fontaine in Vabres-l'Abbaye; at Martiel Public School; Charles-de-Gaulle of Laissac-Sévérac-l'Église; Paul-Cayla de Druelle-Balsac; Pierre-Puel of Onet-le-Château. A primary school could be opened in Decazeville, the merger of Le Sailhenc kindergarten and primary school and the Intermunicipal Education Group (RPI) could be considered in Sauveterre-de-Rouergue.
Classes must open in Saint-Chély-d'Aubrac, at the Lo Picoral school; in Maleville; in Nuces-Valady; in Souyri-Salles-la-Source; RPI must be created in Privezac and Vaureilles. There are also plans to open three additional classes at the Pendariès school in Villefranche-de-Rouergue; at the Michel-Molénat school in Laguiole; at the Célestin-Rossignol school in Sainte-Croix.
Please note that two full-time professor positions will be opened. Adjustments are still possible between now and the next school year
Rakshita Upadhyay, residing in the city of Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh, holds a Master’s degree in Data Mining. She has had a passion for writing and anchoring since childhood.