The report is timely (continued) The report ”A timely” as we qualify the last week continues to make waves.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011 The report is timely (continued) – Ras palms – Two principals – ??? ???? ???? ????- The report is timely (continued) The report "A timely" as we qualify the last week continues to make waves. All newspapers picked up the information developed in a report by the Center for Strategic Analysis (CAS): France has a framing rate of just 6.1 per 100 students-students. If the frame in the secondary is in the middle of the OECD, the proportion of primary teachers and university is clearly insufficient. To go into detail comparisons, France is dead last among OECD countries, behind Sweden, known for its high level of officials, but also far below Greece or Portugal, where the rate coaching rises to 9 teachers for 100 pupils or students. As we mentioned earlier, this analysis strongly contradicts the official discourse intended to justify the redundancies and non-replacement of staff on two. And obviously, he leads union or associative reactions. Especially since next year will see the arrival of additional students. "What will the government deal with the arrival of 40,000 additional students in 6th this year? Delete posts!" The CIPF is indignant "This report does is highlight what is for the CIPF obvious for some time: the job cuts in national education do not obey the demographics or the need to reduce a budget would oversized but an ideological will to break the public school, denigrating and removing the means of operation. " Ras palms "We note today, with great sadness, that national education suffers more and more of a policy where the accounting logic and the concept of performance took precedence over any pedagogical and social reflection." In a letter to the Minister of Education, to be released Wednesday, February 16 by Charlie Hebdo, 47 holders of Academic Palms announce that they refer to Luc Chatel this decoration to protest against job cuts and the policy of education conducted by the government. Among them, principals, teachers, inspectors and other staff of National Education, all promoted in the Order of Academic Palms for their skills and dedication to education. In the call! "Ras palms," the signatories denounced "the long list of measures that go against the school": "deleting again this year, 16 000 jobs in addition to 50,000 of these three recent years, the suppression of teacher training (IUFM); the removal of the school map; the questioning of schooling for less than three years; premiums rectors, etc. " . Holders of Palms believe that "the school that we loved and built progressively disorganized, degraded and disappears." "Accept Academic Palms is also endorsing a political orientation we strongly take exception that you put in place," conclude the signatories. Luc Chatel was angry all red and he exclaims: "I refuse that exploits a republican order as old (…). It is a behavior that is not very dignified vis-a-vis the tens of thousands of our fellow citizens and that has merit. " To which Michael replied Ascher, retired headmaster and initiator of the call: "Luc Chatel can not talk about dignity. When you belong to a government that handed the Legion of Honor to Jacques Servier, which is transported in aircraft by relatives of a dictator, we can not use that term. As for partisan purposes, I almost agree with him. It is obviously partisans of another system that he proposes "Just a question (dumb): why make the palms while the National Education runs … Two principals I do not know if they have fins but anyway they do not mince words. One, Yves Rollin is principal in affluent neighborhoods of southern Marseille; the other, Olivier Briard, in the most popular area of ??the second city in France. They confront their respective experiences the major challenges posed to national education in Humanity. Their opinion on the climate in National Education is quite disillusioned. For Yves Rollin, today "there is, in national education, a form of disenchantment that is at the source, perhaps, of a generalized doubt. ". Olivier Briard, "the discourse of meritocracy linked to work and the effort falls flat. […] we no longer need a social elevator but a social elevator. ". On the perennial question of the level, their opinions converge "We can still crying over that level decrease. In any event, it is what it is when we welcome students. 5 …] ago levels drop perception because there is a heterogeneity that is very, very important. "Said Olivier Briard. For Yves Rollin, "The knowledge, the requirements have changed completely. It is useless to compare https://www.homeworkmarket.me/
. Outside of school, young people gain skills and knowledge that the school no longer control. […] What is at stake is the issue of declining conception of citizenship and work. We live in a society that explodes kids. They are stressed by too much and the technological revolution is not yet quite mastered. It does damage. More and more students have turned away from classical learning. ". They also mention the "youth culture" "They are teenagers, accustomed to express themselves with violence. As Abd Al Malik said in his song, when he met his friends, they spent twenty minutes at insulting, all that to say that they loved. We are faced with students who do not have the codes. How to speak, how to be, immediately, in aggressiveness in reactivity is problematic. "(Olivier Briard). For Yves Rollin: "our society is afraid of its youth. This is mostly a crisis of link that is found in the family and at school. "??? ???? ???? ???? In the inexhaustible series" we live in a great time (but distressing) ", here is another episode that is narrated to us by the Big Browser blog on the site of the World It’s set in the small town of Pine, Gard, some parents of students in a class of CP-EC1 criticized the teacher in an anonymous letter to have learned a song in French and Arabic to his students. This is a lullaby extracted from Azur and Asnar, directed by Michel Ocelot, which tells the story of two children, one blond with blue eyes and the other to the skin foncee.Dans this letter ( anonymous) we find the following passage: "We parents at a time when certain categories of individuals whistling La Marseillaise, we ask the question:" Why not, instead of Arab songs, teach our Marseillaise our children? ". and impure blood water our furrows? … … .Brrr. Good reading… ——————————————— – Liberation.fr of 16/02/11 (some paid items) Call of 47: "Why do I refer my academic palms" Making its academic palms is a symbolic act. This decoration is the oldest distinctions awarded. It is intended to honor the personal merits of Education. Michel Ascher headmaster in a school in Lille now retired, is the first to have returned to Luc Chatel. Read more of the article Taming the ruckus at chest Authority. The first few minutes of course, a real ordeal for many teachers. A research professor filmed these crucial moments for a video to help beginners. Read more of the article in Lille, teachers Chainsaw Up the steps of the Opera de Lille, they mimed the chainsaw massacre their positions. A reference to the sentence pronounced by the Rector of Lille, Marie-Jeanne Philippe, visiting Savary school Wattrelos "whether to be a lumberjack [ed of posts], I will be." cardboard tubes a courageous teacher, protective glasses on his nose, pretended to saw, and a pile of sawdust spread on a tarp. This was not in place everywhere, though. Down the steps, the crowd, hilarious, chanting slogans in praise of Mary Jane, renamed Calamity Jane, the "auntie flingueuse" on the signs. Read more of the article France has the lowest school-teacher ratio in the OECD The number of teachers for 100 students-students is only 6.1, according to the Center for Strategic Analysis. The proportion of teachers in primary and university is inadequate. Read more of the article "The Whites also tchipent, but it’s not the same ’man rushes, agile on the ice rink in the open in front of the City Hall of Paris. Behind the railing without skates, three girlfriends only look at him. "It is mono, it’s a good, warns Hanadi, 14. He can do stuff. "Hanadi, Binta and Aminata are fascinated by acrobatics as when a group of five boys coming to lean close to them. Hoodies, jostling, they do everything to attract attention. Aminata stares at them and made a funny noise with his mouth. His girlfriend sends illico elbow: "Go, tchipe not! Should never look down but tchiper is too serious … "Tchiper? "It’s a way to say" casse-toi "says Binta. It is the African who do that. Whites also tchipent, but it’s different. " Read more of the article From botox from the CM1, a new niche After the drama of cosmetic surgery excessive in some stars that give the air of living in the Grevin Museum, now the American chain of stores is still Wallmart stronger in the movement "remains fixed at 22 years" of anti-aging cosmetics for 8-12 years. Geo Girl, brand new not yet commercialized, would wonderfully accompany the path of future mini-miss to the catwalks and rejuvenating hysteria. natural and anti-aging products, lipsticks, creams … Because wrinkles CM1 sucks, you know. Read more of the article Sarkozy on TF1: return on an evening fibs Two hours of issuance, a dozen topics, and more of against-truths uttered. The intervention of Nicolas Sarkozy on TF1 on Thursday was marked by a series of big lies and small approximations. Review (not exhaustive). Read more of the article Garros: the Auch schools that resist RGPP Big words and headlines impress only those who want to be impressed. The National General revision program of public policies (RGPP) and an Inspector of Education were not enough to convince the parents of the schools Garros in Auch. Read more of the article SLU revived the controversy on the budget of Recurrent universities, the controversy over the university budget comes bouncing back. Obviously titillated by the charge of "indecency" launched by Minister Valerie Pecresse academics who "dare" to complain about their budget, Saving Association University has published a lengthy article on its website that returns to the entire record, with many links to the different exchanged texts and arguments. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 16/02/11 french students have fewer teachers than their neighbors France comes bottom of a ranking of OECD countries for its frame rate of students in primary and higher. Colleges and high schools are doing better. Read more of the article free language courses for high school students in Paris Academy of Paris sets up foreign language courses during the winter holidays. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— the Monde.fr (some paid items) of 47 16/02/11 holders of academic Palms make their decoration against job cuts "We note today, with great sadness, that education national suffers more and more of a policy where the accounting logic and the concept of performance took precedence over any pedagogical and social reflection. " In a letter to the Minister of Education, to be released Wednesday, February 16 by Charlie Hebdo, 47 holders of Academic Palms announce that they refer to Luc Chatel this decoration to protest against job cuts and the policy of education conducted by the government. Among them, principals, teachers, inspectors and other staff of National Education, all promoted in the Order of Academic Palms for their skills and dedication to education. Read more of the article France last OECD for student supervision After justice, it is the turn of Education to mark a decline in international rankings. According to a note from the Strategic Analysis Center (CAS), a body attached to Matignon, our country is the one with the lowest number of teachers per student among the 34 OECD members. Read more of the article Yes to lifetime employment of teachers of Education? Bruno Fabre, University Professor in Management at the University of Montpellier-II The debate now revived by some government ministers and policy makers about the relevance of lifetime employment of civil servants in education is not new. It is part of a guilt rhetoric carefully maintained for several years and particularly since that was launched the General Review of Public Policies (RGPP) (2007), which aims to "streamline" the action of the State and which one of the key measures is not to replace staff on two retiring. Besides the fact that this figure appears purely accounting and unrelated to a necessary prior definition of the scope of intervention of the state and therefore the desired social project, several arguments in favor of lifetime employment of officials of the education. Read more of the article A Herouville-Saint-Clair, the Experimental High School is alarmed post reductions It is a reference of Education coming down the street. Considering their establishment threatened by job cuts, students, teachers and parents of the experimental High School of Herouville-Saint-Clair (Calvados) are preparing to protest, Wednesday 16 February, before the rector of the academy Caen. The next day, a delegation must be received by the Rector, Ms. Sarlandie of Robertie. Read more of the article In the WorldSkills Competition, 750 young people in the final in Paris he wants to send a signal. Luc Chatel visited, Thursday, February 3, at Exhibition Center, Porte de Versailles in Paris, where start the national finals of the 41st WorldSkills Competition. The opportunity for the Minister of Education to reaffirm its support for vocational courses, as its predecessors are upgrading from creation pros bins in 1985 Read More Article – A professor blamed for having taught a Arabic lullaby the small town of Pine, in the Gard, is the scene of a controversy which she would surely passed. The daily Midi Libre reported in its edition today that some parents of students in a class CP-EC1 criticized the professor in an anonymous letter to have learned a song in French and Arabic to his students. This is a lullaby extracted from Azur and Asnar, directed by Michel Ocelot, which tells the story of two children, one blond with blue eyes and the other with dark skin. Read more of the article L —————————————— Humanity 16/02/11 of schools, students and society. The look of two principals of Marseille One, Yves Rollin college in affluent neighborhoods of southern Marseille; the other, Olivier Briard, in the most popular area of ??the second city in France. Perier and Saint-Exupery: half a century and a social gulf separating these two institutions. Their managers exchange their respective experiences the major challenges posed to national education .. Read more of the article The teachers refuse the "liquidation" of the school First covered by budget cuts, disadvantaged schools participated yesterday by mass in the day of action against job cuts. Example in Seine-Saint-Denis. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien (some paid items) of 16/02/11 Mitry-Mory: the brand new school ransacked This weekend, the school Honore de Balzac in Mitry-Mory (Seine -et-Marne), was literally sacked by vandals, while a part of the building had just been renovated and expanded. After months of work, a wing of the hotel was brand new open its doors to students in September the winter holidays. Read more of the article in Sarcelles, a school the gates of the Roma camp in Sarcelles, hundreds of families live in what could be the largest Roma settlement in the Ile-de-France. Caught between a railway track and a sports field, makeshift sheds multiply. At the gates of the slum stationed twice weekly trucks of the mobile school branch of the Association of aid to the schooling of Roma children (Aset). school teachers of the Holy Rosary will give the class a handful of Roma children, including teaching them French. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— France Soir 16/02/11 Nothing seen … —————————- ——————– the Cross of 16/02/11 family life in a sensitive area popular in some cities, poor living conditions and misunderstandings between generations complicate the workload of conscious parents do well Read more of the article education is trying to "management" Since joining the Ministry of national education, Luc Chatel attempted to import the management methods from the world of business, arousing much suspicion that interest Read more personal section of education Nearly one million agents Read more of the article in Lille, the breaks -tete teacher replacements Despite a replacement rate of over 90% in the academy, school leaders must juggle inch ur cover absences, for lack of a sufficient pool of substitutes Read more of the article In the Netherlands, teachers recruited as government now leaves a wide leeway to institutions for their budgetary and educational choices and to recruitment of teachers Read more of the article to the M6 ??Scout event A group of 30 Scouts and Guides of France participated in the jury of "Top Chef," the cooking show aired Monday night February 14 on M6 Read following Article ——————————————– —- echoes (some paid items) of 16/02/11 school card: a study warning for social diversity a comparative study published by the Ministry del’Education tip the perverse effects of the relaxation of the map school of social diversity. Read more of the article deletions of posts: 47 people return their Academic Palms Forty-seven people decorated the Academic Palms, main distinction of Education, decided to return, launching "The call of 47" against the current educational policy in the satirical weekly Charlie Hebdo to appear Wednesday. Read more of the article Deadly fall of a schoolboy who was playing on a banister A schoolboy aged 13 has a fatal fall while playing on a staircase of his boarding ramp in Brest Tuesday morning, -t was learned from the firefighters and the management of the institution. Read more of the article Children still overrepresented among students executives According to the latest survey of the National Observatory of student life, children of workers represent only 6.6% of the workforce of management schools. Read more of the article Without replacing the mayor of Venissieux ensures Michele Picard class, PCF mayor of Venissieux (Rhone), made the Tuesday class to students whose teacher was not replaced since one week to denounce "absences and non-replacement of teachers" that are "recurring" in this county south of Lyon. Read more of the article -Biop Opinionway survey on the direction seen by young graduates This is between January and March that are made decisive choices for the future graduates of this year, through the procedure "Admission post -BAC ". Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– 20 minutes from 16/02/11 deadly fall of a schoolboy who was playing on a banister a schoolboy aged 13 has a fatal fall while playing on a staircase of his boarding ramp, Brest Tuesday morning, are we learned from firefighters and school management. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Rue89 of 16/02/11 Bougrab a plan against youth unemployment: the piston unusual agitation Tuesday night in the Fun radio studios. The leader announces "an event on air." Jeannette Bougrab, Secretary of State for Youth and Associations, was the guest of the program "free air". More than an hour of discussion to discuss the actions taken by the government in favor of youth. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– West of France 16/02/11 death of a schoolboy this morning, in a facility in Brest We now know more about the circumstances of the death of a schoolboy on Tuesday morning in Brest . Read more of the article In Lorient, the student pulls the ear of his friend, who is torn A 11 year old boy, a pupil of CM2 in a private elementary school in Lorient, had the right ear part torn about 6 centimeters by one of his classmates last Friday. The father of the injured child, furious at having recovered his son to school in blood ear, complained to the police station for voluntary violence. Read more of the article with the laptop, the flames cheating in exams Making the test write by a remote sidekick. Consult the current stored memoire.Pomper Internet answering questions … It’s so easy with modern phones! Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Le Journal du Dimanche 16/02/11 Nothing seen … —————————— ———- Le Nouvel Observateur Permanent 16/02/11 Education: academic Palms 47 referrals with this "Call of 47" launched in Charlie Hebdo, teachers, headmasters or principals of schools decorated protest against cuts to teaching positions. Read more of the article France has the fewest teachers by students in all OECD countries France has 6.1 teachers per 100 pupils or students. 50,000 jobs were lost between 2007 and 2010. Read More Article ——————————— ——- the Express.fr of 16/02/11 47 academic Palms made at the national Education Teachers, principals, inspectors call to return the "purple decoration" to the ministry to protest against government policy in education. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — the Teaching of 16/02/11 school Map Cafe: the DEPP skeptical about its suppression "freedom of choice and early selection explain two-thirds of the variance between countries in terms of educational equity." Studying the policies of European countries in terms of school board, a study of Depp puts his foot in it. Read more of the article calls for CIPF draw conclusions from the CAS report on jobs in education "What will the government deal with the arrival of 40,000 additional students in 6th this year? Delete posts! " The CIPF demonstrates the futility of this policy in light of the recent report of the Center for Strategic Analysis (see Espresso of 14 February). "This report does is highlight what is for the CIPF obvious for some time: the job cuts in national education do not obey the demographics or the need to reduce a budget that would oversized but a ideological will to break the public school, denigrating and removing the means of operation. " Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — Mediapart (fee) of 16/02/11 Nothing seen … ——————————- ————— Slate.fr of 16/02/11 Nothing seen … ——————— 16/02/11 ————————- EducPros of John the Baptist Bad (German Associate in Seine-Saint-Denis): " a compulsory civic service would educate students in schools with social realities "at the time of the European Year of volunteering and volunteering, a German associate offers a compulsory civic service in large schools. Jean-Baptiste Bad defends the idea to bring the students of schools of social realities. This former student of Lycee Henri-IV and ENS Lyon chose to teach in a device "New Opportunities" in Seine-Saint-Denis (93). Read more of the article Learning in 2009, more girls, more tertiary DARES (Ministry of Employment) has published a study on "Learning in 2009". After a quick review of figures for learning, decreased in 2009 compared to 2008, stable in 2010, the author points out that lower input was more pronounced in construction, industry and trade sectors yet traditionally very open to learning. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- VousNousIls of 16/02/11 the CIPF disputes the need deletions of teaching positions CIPF the first federation of parents, challenged Monday need deletions of teaching positions, based on a note from the Council for strategic analysis (CAS) that France has the lowest rate of teachers per cent OECD students. Read more of the article Cedric Villani: we must bring the world of research and teaching world medalist 2010 Fields, director of the Institut Henri Poincare, Cedric Villani, mathematician passionate and warm, working on new projects. We talk about it after returning on its course, in an exclusive interview. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- This work is licensed under a Creative Commons license. Democracy needs of the press. The press needs readers to live … Read and buy newspapers! Posted by Watrelot on Wednesday, February 16, 2011

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