Tuesday, November 18, 2008 “Skip a PTA high school, it is possible” as the Parisian who devotes several articles to the program “A great school, why not me?

of Tuesday, November 18, 2008 "Skip a PTA high school, it is possible" as the Parisian who devotes several articles to the program "A great school, why not me? »Launched by ESSEC and Polytechnic. Three years (from the second to the terminal) during which the students chosen for their motivation and good grade, have been "coached" by students of these two schools. But as the newspaper notes, despite these initiatives, promotions and are very similar. On average, three quarters of students who leave graduates son or daughters frames. Valerie Pecresse yet set a specific goal for preparatory classes for 2010: that each of them receives in its ranks at least 30% of scholarship students. "Our elite must have the face of France, and finally reflect its diversity, which is far from the case today," we accept the ministry of higher education. On 20 November, it is not just the new Beaujolais. But it is also a day of strikes in the National Education (no relation …). The unions are planning a massive strike. In the primary, nearly seven out of ten teachers should be on strike. Almost all primary teachers unions (public and private) and secondary (CGT to SNALC) and the Snesup (first union of higher education) called the strike and demonstrate. At a time when billions of euros have been mobilized to support the banks, they deplore the lack of resources for the public service of education and teacher job cuts (8,500 in 2007, 11,200 in 2008, 13,500 in 2009), including specialized masters (Rased). These measures result in their degradation by working conditions and a "massive use of precarious". Added to this are the unions lack of social dialogue of the Minister of Education and his "contempt". While this is not the main purpose of the strike, several unions also put in their claims the refusal of the high school reform in the conditions and deadline. finally, I would suggest a text published in the newspaper Le Monde dated Nov. 18 (released 17 afternoon in Paris) .Malheureusement one can read on the site since it is a paid insert. This is an open letter to Nicolas Sarkozy, President of the Republic and holds a tray B obtained in 1973 by combining economic and social science teachers (APSES). Without the "disciplinaro-centrism", I would reiterate that high school reform as presented aujourd’hu i marginalize the teaching of SES and can even asphyxiation fear of discipline. Numerous observers agree. This appeal coupled with a petition begins by recalling the meaning of this discipline: "The stock market, banks, the stock market crash? The market, the state and their relationships? Growth, employment, inequality? Mutations of the family, the couple, women’s work? Every citizen is allowed to question the great economic and social challenges of the contemporary world, particularly in the troubled period we are going through. ". The reform, say the authors of this letter, "not only leaves this optional teaching, but it makes the half and puts it in competition with nineteen other modules. Among these include the deepening modules in Mathematics, Science, Language and History-Geography that are sure to be chosen overwhelmingly by students because only compulsory subjects have a decisive influence on the direction of second end . While currently over 40% of students take a second annual teaching of SES, this marginalization of SES second penalize students ". This text thus raises a question "Xavier Darcos he believes that ITS are not fundamental to the understanding of the world?". This question, I also ask and we would like an answer … … ——————————– Good Read ————– Liberation 18/11/08 Greaves series this week after the Air France pilots, railroad workers, teachers and postal workers took to the streets this week. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 18/11/08 ———————————– Nothing seen … ————– Le Monde 18/11/08 teachers’ unions are planning a massive strike Thursday Nearly seven in ten primary teachers should be on strike Thursday, November 20, according to a census established at noon on Tuesday by the SNUipp-FSU, the first union in the primary. "This is very important, we must go back to May 2003 and the actions against the pensions to reach this level," said Gille Moindrot, general secretary of the union. Teachers from kindergarten to university, public and private, are called to protest against the deterioration of their working conditions and job cuts. Read more of suicidal Article Youth: the dual role of the Web internet there is a danger, or otherwise help for young people who express the wish to die? The death, on 20 September, two women 21 and 22 years who had thrown drive under a train near Toul (Meurthe-et-Moselle) concerned. United in a suicide pact, the two victims would have encountered on a discussion forum of a support site under suicide. This tragedy reminds a similar case dating back to January 2005. Two teenage girls were thrown from a cliff after one of them had repeatedly expressed his intentions on his blog. Read more of the article The mea culpa of Deputies on memorial laws Which Parliament reports he has with the story? Does this law to qualify the historical facts? The so-called "memorial" laws are they necessary? It is on these very issues discussed that was created on March 25 at the National Assembly, the fact-finding mission headed by Bernard Accoyer. She had to make public, Tuesday, November 18, the conclusions of his report. The mission recommends not to adopt in the future laws "memorial". It does not preclude the possibility offered by new constitutional reform to pass resolutions. However, it excludes back on the laws that have been enacted. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 18/11/08 (a day late) Nothing seen … —————————— ———————- Le Parisien 18/11/08 the 100 schools that help disadvantaged students IN the great schools, promotions follow and alike. On average, three quarters of students who leave graduates son or daughters frames. This figure alone torpedo the old school myth of merit to the French. Restarting the social ladder? This is the new workhorse of Valerie Pecresse, Minister for Higher Education, which will be this morning in Epinay (Seine-Saint-Denis) with Fadela Amara, his colleague Secretary of State for the City. They will unveil the list of hundred "strung for success" labeled by the government to boost social openness in Education. Read more of the article Moving from a PTA to a great school, it’s possible "there six years, I would never have thought to happen. "Do Chantal, 21, a student at the National School of Engineers study and weapons technology (Ensieta) could have known a different fate. "The Great School program: why not me? was launched in 2003, I was part of the first class, "she says. Chantal was then recorded in Galileo High School, a listed property PTA Brest (Finistere). "This is my second main teacher told me about this initiative, I then wrote a letter. Program officials have contacted me, and every week we tutoring sessions supervised by students from Essec. There was no question of ongoing academic support, but expressive activities, courses in theater and cultural outings (cinema, museums, opera …), in order to deliver us a similar cultural background to one of the most privileged students. "In 2005, Chantal gets her BA with honors, joined the St. Louis prep section sup math / math spe enjoys a scholarship granted by a corporate partner of the program. Read More Article Removed, a high school student found 8 hours after a young 18 year old girl was abducted Monday morning in front of a high school of Angouleme and found eight hours later at the home of one of his two captors in Orleans . According to police, two young men from the Loiret, waiting for the girl, first class, to the door of his school, the Guez de Balzac school located in the center of Angouleme. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– La Croix 18/11/08 children Blogs, have fun safely Among the 82% of 8-12 years connected to the Internet in September 2007.16% had created their blog. Beyond the fad, the online journal reveals an educational tool to raise awareness of the rules of law and security on the Internet Read More Article ————- ———————————– echoes of 18/11/08 A week to French entrepreneurs honored capitalism expensive contractor to President Nicolas Sarkozy is in the spotlight this week with the Days of the contractor, organized in 75 countries, including France, to value the company founders. […] a survey conducted by Opinion for the Days of the Contractor shows that the French do not have the entrepreneurial spirit but nevertheless have a benevolent attitude towards entrepreneurs. Almost two thirds (63%) are not tempted by the adventure personally, 90% have never heard the word entrepreneur in school, but 96% believe that the French economy needs entrepreneurs to grow and 77% think the environment that created them is not favorable to them. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— 20 minutes from 18/11/08 young, the first victims of "gratuitous violence" young victims before others. On nearly 1.7 million people, or 4.8% of the most French people, who say they were victims of gratuitous violence (excluding theft and sexual violence) in 2007 and 2008, the 18-25 years are most numerous. Read More Article This week’s strike! In the wake of airline pilots, railway workers will be on strike again this week, followed by teachers Thursday while postal workers will march Saturday across France against the "privatization" of La Poste. Read more of the article Almost seven out of ten teachers on strike Thursday Nearly seven out of ten teachers (69%) should be on strike Thursday, according to a census established Tuesday by the Snuipp-FSU, the first union in the primary, from the lifts of 69 departments. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Rue89 of 18/11/08 Textbooks: giving girls a positive image of themselves Lize, "researcher-curious" responds to comments posted on the rostrum of Doutagogo, "These gender stereotypes that children learn in school. " Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– West of France … 18/11/08 Nothing homework writing service
seen ——————————- —————– Le Journal du Dimanche 18/11/08 Nothing seen … —————— ———————- Le Nouvel Observateur Permanent 18/11/08 69% of school teachers on strike Thursday According Snuipp-FSU, first union in the primary, "we must go back to May 2003 and the actions against the pensions to reach that level." In Paris, the strike rate estimated by the union would be 75%. Read more of the article —————————————- Express .fr 18/11/08 ————————————- Nothing seen … ———————- A selection in dispatches from 18/11/08 69% of primary school teachers should be on strike Thursday (SNUipp-FSU) Near seven out of ten teachers (69%) should be on strike Thursday, according to a census established Tuesday 24:00 by Snuipp-FSU, the first union in the primary, from the lifts of 69 departments, he said in a communicated. Read more of the article A label to encourage bridges between upper and disadvantaged schools Valerie Pecresse and Fadela Amara were unveiled on Tuesday the first 100 "Cordees of Success", a label created to reward partnerships between colleges and high schools zones disadvantaged, to promote social mobility. Read more of the article Teachers’ strike Thursday "massive" in schools according to unions Teachers from kindergarten to university, public and private, are called on Thursday to strike and demonstrate against degradation their working conditions and job cuts, the strike announced "massive" in primary schools, according to unions. Read more of the article Strike: the UMP demand the application of the minimum service to Paris mayors of boroughs and elected right UMP group at the Paris council asked Tuesday Bertrand Delanoe not to put "in manifestly illegal "by refusing to apply the host minimum service (AMS) in schools during the strike of 20 November. Read more of the article The Court of Accounts favorable assessment of maternal A report by the Court of Auditors on the kindergarten, released Tuesday, made the observation that it is "difficult to draw definitive conclusions" on the question of the education of children between 2 and 3 years and advocates the establishment of assessment tools. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- Posted by Watrelot on Tuesday, November 18, 2008

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