Monday, September 12, 2005 "The Marseilaise? Oh yes it is the song of the France team! "This is in essence the answer of a student CM2 when he discovers that he vfa have to learn this song … This is Liberation which devotes two articles to the" newness "of the School Act. All for it … The most interesting subject is treated in La Croix and Le Monde. This is the proposed reform of the juvenile justice system. The stated objective is to "turn the detention around the classroom." But critics are many on this project. Good reading… ——————————————— – Release of 12/09/05 Sing children of the fatherland … "La Marseillaise" is back in elementary school, where his education is compulsory […] Objective confessed, according to Jerome Riviere, the Alpes UMP. Maritimes behind the law passed in February: try to pass through the teaching of this song, "respect for others and individual freedom at the basis of our society. To promote integration, it is important to learn membership in a collective sense, to a national community. It does not teach them how to sing by heart, even if it does not hurt them. " Teachers will only mission is to explain civics what the Marseillaise and making it the national anthem. Read more of the article Singing the Blues Lyrics reviewed and corrected young Parisian students on a more or less known anthem. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 12/09/05 A plan to expand access to university Stimulate universities to "draw" the experiences of schools as Sciences Po (PTA conventions) or Essec (operation "A high school, why not me ") towards the students" socially disadvantaged ": this is the new part of the plan for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds that the government is preparing to implement. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 12/09/05 universities zinc-free plated A disturbing preliminary report of the Court of Auditors on university research goes against the reforms proposed by scientists. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien on 12/09/05 (paying) Nothing seen … ————————- ———————– the Cross of 12/09/05 delinquency, mirror of society to mark the 60th anniversary of juvenile justice a symposium organized Monday, September 12 in Paris. In an interview, the Minister of Justice, Pascal Clement, proposes the creation of a system of sponsorship Read more of the article ———————- ————————– 20 minutes from 12/09/05 ———– Nothing seen … ————————————– West of France 12/09/05 Nothing seen. .. ———————————————— – Le Monde 12/09/05 the major French business schools acclaimed by the "Financial Times" British daily Financial Times, one of the most influential songs of the economic community, the French plebiscite system of great schools trade in a ranking published Monday, September 12. Five French institutions are in the top ten of a hierarchy dominated by HEC. "The French domination is not surprising, writes the FT, insofar Business studies have always attracted the brightest and the best, through the elitist system of schools." Read more from the article "Turning the detention around the classroom," new ambition juvenile prisons It is no small paradox. The Chancery mark of a seminar on Monday 12 and Tuesday 13 September in Paris, the 60th anniversary of the 1945 law on juvenile delinquency, text devoted to the 10-18 years the primacy of education on repression. At the same time, the ministry completed drawing its flagship project on juvenile justice: the creation of seven fully reserved for teenagers prisons. In these new establishments, supervisors and educators are called to form a "buddy" to, according to official words, "run detention around the classroom." This ambition overwhelms the culture of the judicial protection of youth (PJJ), who succeeded in 1990 in educational supervision: PJJ has built its identity through its separation from the prison administration. For many professionals, the 1945 educational ambition is threatened. The SNPES-PJJ, majority union among educators, called for the strike on Monday to protest the "great leap backward" represented by his project. "Life is not learned in prison," insists the union FSU. Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur public-private daily 12/09/05: PS calls Robien After service for homework online
the minister of equality between public school and private school, the Socialist Party asked "solemnly" to "explain". Read more of the article HEC topped the best French schools Five schools are among the top ten schools offering Masters in Management. This is what reveals a ranking published Monday, September 12 by the British newspaper Financial Times. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- A selection from the headlines 12/09/05 universities invited to "promote equal opportunities" Minister of higher Education, Francois Goulard, and the Minister for the Promotion of equal opportunities Azouz Begag, launched at universities calls for projects for the most vulnerable students, they announced to the press Monday. Read more of the article Seminars Unsa to celebrate secularity law "fundamental principle living" The UNSA-Education and Teachers‘ Union (SE) are organizing in this year of the centenary of the law separating Church and State, symposia celebrating secularism "fundamental principle still alive", they announced to the press Monday. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- for more VousNousIls the site (Section dispatches education AFP) the Yahoo News site, The house under education teachers teaching the essential coffee Posted by Watrelot on Monday, September 12, 2005