Wednesday, December 6, 2006 I finished yesterday my in this issue “” and if we seriously talked about school?

Wednesday, December 6, 2006 I finished yesterday my in this issue "" and if we seriously talked about school? ". That’s what we did today in Liberation. The head of the "Rebounds" writes "Inviting the press at short notice, the Minister of Education, Gilles de Robien, complained yesterday of how disjointed whose presidential candidates addressed the issues education: "I would put some order in this debate, of course just order, recalling some truths of common sense," he boomed. In the weeks and months ahead, bouncing Liberation pages, they, intend to host a little disorder in the debate (just the mess, of course) and shake the "common sense" dear to the minister. "This is what the gallery of Jean-Michel Zakhartchouk aptly titled" The Good sense, poor educational adviser. " He takes the example of academic support to show that the "common sense" and simple solutions can not be used to solve complex problems. And he concluded with these words which I fully agree "Hopefully there is real debate in the presidential elections, where we would speak not ideologues and contemptuous inquisitors, but practitioners and researchers who know what they are talking. Hopefully, even if we have reason to be limited optimism "literary THE SERIES is" threatened with rapid extinction "says Le Figaro that relies on a report of the General Inspectorate of the series literary (L) "Evaluation of measures to upgrade the literary series in high school." In fifteen years, the number of Series L were down 28% while those of economic and social sector (ES) increased by 18% and those of the science series (S) 4%. They are approaching the 10% threshold of total general training staff, "threshold below which the series would be endangered," note the general inspection. IGEN proposes to prepare the career choices of students, including through optional subjects. The mission well imagine the poles, centered on a dominant as "communication and mastery of languages", "arts and culture" or "institutions and law." It also recommends to give mathematics and science instead they have totally lost L series, to balance this series compared to S and ES. However, it is feared that such "rescue" to the detriment of the ES series and identity. Insert a dimension "human sciences" and right might question the balance of the teaching of Economics and Social Sciences and the ES series that can not be reduced to economics alone. "Difficulties in getting up, lack of appetite, sluggish … Attention Students tired and teachers look forward to the Christmas holidays.". This is not me saying (but I think) is West France. A recent study conducted on behalf of the Mutual General of Education (MGEN) and MAIF (Mutual insurance teachers) clearly challenges the school calendar. The survey, based on responses from 868 principals, deplored "the particular pathogenicity of the second working period of the school year", namely the months of November and December. Come on, two weeks (and a half) before the holidays … Good luck and Good Read … —————————– —————– 06/12/06 Liberation "Common sense," bad counselor education by Jean-Michel Zakhartchouk in the field of education, it is attempting to use the so-called simple ideas. Robien Minister, once again, at the presentation of Alain Bentolila report on the teaching of grammar, exalts the "common sense" that we have forgotten and against the submission experts eternal wisdom, shots proverbs such as "Do not put the cart before the horse." He scoffs at notions of passage as "reflective observation of language" that are yet in official documents, signed by his predecessors and not the rantings of "pedagogists". It is actually in full ideology, under cover of the famous "common sense". At the time of Copernicus which the beginning of the report referred Bentolila, common sense was absurd to think that the sun does not move. The reflective observation of the planets was it a wishful thinking? We must go beyond this new episode of the exaltation of the school mythologized old, looking in the rearview mirror. Simple ideas, indeed simplistic, are rampant. They can, of course, attract the public: it is much more difficult to think the complexity and find solutions than looking for scapegoats and take refuge in "Yaka". […] Only a collective mobilization of school stakeholders in the name of ideals that many of them sincerely share, can enable the "success for all", provided to aim for realistic goals, progressive, avoiding statements to the punch as "do that in three years there are no more problems with reading," etc. Hopefully there is a real debate on the occasion of the presidential elections, where we would speak not ideologues and contemptuous inquisitors, but practitioners and researchers who know what they are talking about. Hopefully, even if we have reason to be limited optimism. Read more of the article Education By Pascal RICH In the weeks and months ahead, bouncing Liberation pages, they, intend to host a little disorder in the debate (just the mess, of course) and shake the "common sense" dear to the minister. Read more of the article The longer together at school By Nestor ROMERO course teachers should spend more time in their hotel! Not to correct their copies there, but to work together to implement coherent pedagogical approaches for the benefit of the poor children, the most frantic! Or, if they do not, they no longer speak of equality, democracy, the same school for all, and they do not complain! They continue to count their fifteen or eighteen hours write my statistics homework for me
of boredom, depending on the model of the four quarters (a class, a subject, an hour, a teacher) in which they want (do not know, too often ) develop a different approach than the antediluvian "I speak, you listen!". Read more of the article Robien slap on the wrist candidates Minister contradicted the statements of Sarkozy and Royal on education. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 06/12/06 the inexorable decline of literary literary sector tHE SERIES is "threatened with rapid extinction." This is the alarming report drawn up by the General Inspection of National Education in a recent report, "Evaluation of measures to upgrade the literary series in high school." In fifteen years, the number of Series L were down 28% while those of economic and social sector (ES) increased by 18% and those of the science series (S) 4%. They are approaching the 10% threshold of total general training staff, "threshold below which the series would be endangered," note general inspections. Yet "demanding", this sector is often presented as a caricature so friendly series, where we have time for yourself, populated mostly girls angry with math, which would lead to nothing, except to teaching. Read more of the article Yet a letter tray can be for Tomorrow hey are rich, famous and have achieved successful careers with a philosophy tray. Read more of the article The great misery of the health of French students Weakly covered by extended health, students refrain from certain treatments. Read more of the article states general alcohol want to break a taboo concerning 5 million young French Alcoholism was a major topic of debate. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 05/12/06 (a day late) Mobilization around the Raba family the appeal trial against the continued detention of the Raba family was held today. Protest letters to the agenda. Read more of the article Sarkozy bill passes the House after a week of heated debate, members must adopt today the bill on the prevention of delinquency. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien on 06/12/06 (payable) the breakfast bar: fifteen minutes to achieve anything from a study on breakfast – six minutes on average! – two renowned experts from childhood link food issues but also emotional and social concentrated in this small key moment. Read more of the article Students take care of you! STUDENTS have youth for them and, usually, a health envy of their parents. But behind these reassuring appearances, pierce many and very worrying signs of degradation. In the fact-finding mission that will give … Read more of the article free pill to minors? GET the free and anonymous contraception for all young girls in France, it is the measure "surprise" advocated yesterday by the High Council of the population and family. In an opinion made public, this advisory body believes … Read More Article —————————– —————— the Cross of 06/12/06 Pleasing children without spoiling the children prefer well-chosen gifts and listening to their real needs, a commercial frenzy that sacrifices the spirit of Christmas More Article ——————————— —————- 20 minutes from 06/12/06 the rating of school life, "a sanction of the sociocultural environment" college professors do not took off. In a statement released on December 1 on its website, the Federation of public school parents’ councils (CIPF) invite the Minister of Education to give simply to note school life. Read more of the article Health: toast students "forgotten and neglected topic" This is the finding of a parliamentary inquiry mission on the health of students submitted its report today. Led by UMP Laurent Wauquiez, the mission nevertheless recalls that health has a decisive influence on the success or failure in school, in addition to being a guarantee for the acquisition of good practice for the future. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— Metro (Paris) from 06/12/06 Food, care, depression: students toast Poor diet, dental and optical care neglected, depression, alcohol, abortion: student health shows "signs of damage disturbing "alarm is a report from the parliamentary information mission on the health of students who advocates" ten steps ". Read more of the article delinquency: the UMP alone vote on the bill, Sarkozy absent from the debate Bill on delinquency, last important piece of legislature Nicolas Sarkozy was on Tuesday passed the first reading in Assembly only by the UMP, in the absence of the minister whose safety record has been challenged by the left, now presidential campaign. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– West of France 06/12/06 Why students tired in December-ending first quarter! A survey of 868 principals reveals a misallocation of periods of work and leave. Read more of the article "I’ll always be there for my son" Since the age of 2 years, Mickael is victimed’un epilepsy syndrome very handicapant.A 26, he lives chezses parents, Ploubezre, near Lannion. Marie-Noelle Thoraval, his mom, shows the daily struggle apreted’une. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— Le Monde 07/12/06 a report paints a disturbing report on the health status of students Food unbalanced, dental and optical care neglected, depression student health shows "signs of worrying deterioration ", the report of the parliamentary mission, published Wednesday, December 6. Read more of the article Towards free contraception for underage girls to fight against early abortions, the High Council, which is responsible, since 1985, to inform the President on matters relating to the demographics and the family made, Tuesday, November 5, a notice requiring the strengthening of information campaigns for young people and above all, free contraception for girls under 18 years. Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur permanent 06/12/06 alarming report on student health students neglect their health, according to a parliamentary report, which is particularly concerned with a poor diet, frequent depressions and excessive alcohol consumption . Read more of the article —————————————- Express .fr 06/12/06 Tabitha’s Place followers tell a couple of former followers of biblical community Twelve Tribes communities told the national Assembly on Tuesday in their six years a recluse in the Pyrenees-Atlantiques castle with their children. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- A selection in dispatches of 06/12/06 Robien and Goulard receive students on orientation and student life Ministers of Education Gilles de Robien and higher Education Francois Goulard received Wednesday afternoon the five student organizations "for a progress report" on the implementation of the report Hetzel (university-employment) and the direction. Read more of the article A teacher hit a student in a college in Mantes-la-Jolie A teacher of Louis Pasteur college of Mantes-la-Jolie (Yvelines) was struck Monday in the face by a student who refused to 3rd to shut up while she had asked him several times, did on Tuesday judicial source. Read More Article fines and suspended jail sentence for defrauding the bachelor A student and a high school student were sentenced Tuesday by the Paris court to prison sentences and fines for defrauding during the 2006 baccalaureate. After the final round of this review on June 16, a young man, David B., had fled when he was questioned by an official of supervision on his little resemblance to the picture of the ID card he had made and which bore the name Michael J. Read more of the article A 14 year old boy commits suicide in his college in the Dordogne A 14-year internal college Eymet near Bergerac (Dordogne), committed suicide Tuesday by jumping from the third floor of his establishment in the eyes of many of his comrades, are we learned Wednesday from the school inspectorate. Read more of the article Student Health Report: UNEF wants concrete measures The UNEF said Wednesday that "many offers" the report of UMP MP Laurent Wauquiez on the health of students "in the right meaning "and requested" the opening of consultations leading to concrete action. " Read more of the article Student Confederation: "100% of students" must have mutual Student Confederation President (Ce) Julie Coudry asked Wednesday after reviewing the report of Laurent Wauquiez worried UMP deputy degradation student health, that "100% of students have access to a mutual". Read more of the article CIPF and RESF outraged by the threat of expulsion to the Kosovar family The main federation of parents, CIPF and the Education Without Borders Network (RESF) have very strongly criticized on Tuesday in separate statements the attempted expulsion of a Kosovan family of Lyon, whose demand for freedom was again denied. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- democracy needs of the press. The press needs readers to live … Read and buy newspapers! Posted by Watrelot on Wednesday, December 6, 2006




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