Caudebec: Two class closures announced, a “bad signal” for the City

Author: Aurélien Delavaud Posted on February 25, 24 at 8:46 p.m. See my news Follow Le Journal d'Elbeuf Many steps forward have been made in recent years. But Laurent Bonnaterre, the mayor of Caudebec-lès-Elbeuf, admits: he fears that this first small step backwards will break the good dynamics. This grain of sand is an announcement … Read more

School map 2024-2025: in Bastia, the Georges-Charpak de Toga school is in the center of attention

Three years ago, the Georges-Charpak kindergarten in Toga in Bastia had about a hundred students. At the beginning of the next school year, there will be only forty-eight of them. Currently, the institution has three classes, giving a teaching ratio of sixteen students per class. However, according to Bruno Benazech, academic director of the National … Read more

“Serious incidents” on the rise in educational institutions in 2022-23

Worrying progress? Reports of “serious incidents” in public and private public schools, middle and high schools, mostly of verbal and physical violence, increased in 2022-23. compared to the previous year, according to the national statistics of the Ministry of Education. According to an official note available online on Friday, “principals of secondary schools (middle schools, … Read more

this controversial gift that all students from CP to CM2 will receive

By June, all elementary school students will receive the gift of National Education. But he is already creating controversy… Ranked among the most beautiful professions in the world, teaching is not easy. This teacher taught her students a great life lesson thanks to inflatable balloons. But another sparked outrage over violent behavior in the classroom. … Read more

Olivier Passet, Xerfi – Police + defense + education + health: the state in the hands of accounting logic – Eco deciphering

Commentators have recently been amused by the number of times Gabriel Attal has made the changing subject the first priority of his campaign. This happens when the communication of the moment takes precedence over politics, abusing the marketing of urgency. This rapture is not new. Politicians run behind the news, creating slogans that make people … Read more

Nicole Belloubet doesn't want to talk about “level groups”, but she will set them up anyway

Screenshot On BFMTV, Nicole Belloubet never said “level group”, but she nevertheless confirmed the implementation of this measure announced by Gabriel Attal. Screenshot On BFMTV, Nicole Belloubet never said “level group”, but she nevertheless confirmed the implementation of this measure announced by Gabriel Attal. EDUCATION – A story about semantics. It was with a pirouette … Read more

AU Summit: Nana Akufo-Addo and Jakaya Kikwete push for better education funding

Her. Jakaya Kikwete Former President of Tanzania and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Global Partnership for Education AND Her. Nana Akufo-Addo President of Ghana Published on February 16, 2024 Reading: 4 minutes. In the past six decades, Africa has made significant progress in education. Take the continent's “completion rates”, which refer to … Read more

RESF61 condemns the fate of the unaccompanied foreign minor

Premium Item, Reserved for subscribers “He has been waiting to start school since April 2023.” This Wednesday, February 14, 2024, a delegation of the Education Without Borders Network from Orne went to the administrative city of Alençon. Objective: to request the education of an isolated foreign minor to whom the association provides assistance from the … Read more

Education. Gabriel Attal wants to “work with platforms” to regulate screens among young people

Blocking access to social networks for under 13s: that's Prime Minister Gabriel Attal's goal. To do this, he announced in Le Parisien on Sunday that he wanted to “work with platforms”. The idea would also be to make access for 13-15-year-olds conditional on parental consent, instead of “making binding decisions” at the state level. “It … Read more

Department delegates evaluate schools in the sector

Delegates of the Department of National Education (DDEN) are partners of the schools. Do they sit in school councils, visit institutions and worry about the living conditions of children in and out of school? They look at security, the condition of the space, work, staff, catering, extracurricular activities, secularity, etc. But their role does not … Read more