Wednesday, November 9, 2005 “The Villepin’s announcement draws a line on the principles of comprehensive school and compulsory education up to 16 years.

Wednesday, November 9, 2005 "The Villepin’s announcement draws a line on the principles of comprehensive school and compulsory education up to 16 years. "; This is what Emmanuel concluded Davidenkoff in Liberation about the announcement by Dominique de Villepin of learning to 14 years. If 83% of those surveyed by the Paris in a poll released today say they agree with this measure, one can wonder if everyone able consequences and denial that such a decision translated. We will in fact increase school segregation, abandoning any educational ambition. Also, do not face it, learning, and businesses that practice, may not welcome with open arms young immigrant. We may even fear that some sectors, they are in fact prohibited. Figaro, meanwhile, proposes to burn the PTA and one college with the rest. Is contained in the paper, a series of articles attacking the PTA policy with, let’s be fair, also an interview with Thomas Piketty, asking that there be a strong downsizing for the Zep work better. Good reading… ——————————————— – Release of 09/11/05 Trapped by the Republic Didier and Laurent LAPEYRONNIE MUCCHIELLI, sociologists. […] The school is not experienced by some of these young people as an instrument of promotion, but as the place of a selection that changes their social destiny as much personal humiliation. In their eyes, the promotion by the school is reserved to others, who can reap all the benefits that are generally "white" when they are generally young immigrant. Would it not these same "suburban youth" who, in the month of March, robbed and beat the students came manifest to defend their school? […] In these circumstances, is it so difficult to understand that this youth was primarily need for recognition and dignity (the famous "respect")? And when the riot broke out and that violence is unleashed, is it so difficult to understand that besides the young car fires also attack the institutions: police, public transport, ANPE offices, community centers and even schools? For them, these public services are hardly the instruments to improve social life and at all of integrating vectors, they are aids that they end up rejecting as charity, when they are not in barriers to cross their eyes or borders that keep them away from the "normal life" to which they do not dare to dream. The "French social model", they know that unemployment or temporary, subsidized jobs and reliance on social services, a whole universe "gray" protecting misery but enclosing in poverty and seeming to have no end . This universe is then lived as a "trap" in which they survive away from the "normal life" of the "haves" and in which they feel their life is going to be without truly living. They feel stuck in a "trap" that ultimately serves to keep them away from a company that does not want them. Read more of the article Sarkozy attacks the foreign troublemakers In the National Assembly, the Minister of Interior on Wednesday urged the expulsion of foreigners, whether or not a residence permit, convicted for their participation in urban violence. Read more of the article "The government relies on those who know the terrain" Director in Bobigny, an auditorium and an insertion structure, Marc Gore is not surprised by the events . He denounces the negligence and recklessness of the government and called for a debate on affirmative action in hiring. Read more of the article Learning to 14 years a shift in educational policy Villepin’s announcement draws a line on the principles of comprehensive school and compulsory education up to 16 years. Read more of the article more cautious TVs in the escalation of insecurity France 3 and LCI now avoid the "Telethon" scorched car. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 09/11/05 Controversy around learning 14 years iN AFFIRMING its intention to bring back 16 to 14 years the minimum age for learning, Dominique de Villepin opens the door to heated debates. The measure is far from trivial effect. Compulsory education up to 16 years is enshrined in law. Before that age, a young person can not benefit from an employment contract. Such a measure presupposes legislative reform and revision of the Labor Code. Read more of the article Associations: fifteen stacking SUBSIDIES subsidies for associations have been "reduced" the last two years and will be "restored" ruled Dominique de Villepin. In 2006, a further € 100 million is expected to be released as well. Claimed by local officials in recent days, the recovery of these funds marks a real break in the city policy initiated by Borloo on his arrival in this ministry in 2002. The Court of Auditors then just published a damning report on programs conducted in 2000 and 2001 in seven "historic" sites in the city policy Roubaix-Tourcoing in the north, Mantes-la-Jolie, Clichy-sous-Bois and Montfermeil-Grigny in Paris, Vaux-finally college level homework help
en-Velin and Venissieux in the Rhone and Marseilles. Of the approximately 372 million of the City Department of credits, they gobble up 60%. Without social indicators show improvement. Read more of the article The failure of priority education zones THEY have only 24 years and yet deserve a serious facelift. The priority education zones (ZEP) concentrated in the suburbs have bad press. And for good reason: despite successive stimulus plans, students, predominantly from disadvantaged backgrounds, are often lagging academic achievement recorded by all French children. Thus, the patent on the success rate there is only 67%, against an average of 79%. Severe, INSEE even stated in a September study: "The establishment of the PTA had no significant effect on student achievement." Read more of the article In the school of the Republic, the social elevator is cOLLEGES failure and high schools reproduce and extend social disparities that the school of the Republic is supposed to alleviate. There has never been as little of popular origin children in schools for fifteen years. Read more of the article Thomas Piketty: "Too many students per class in PTA" In a 2004 study, Thomas Piketty believes that reducing class sizes in disadvantaged schools would have a significant effect on results school, while a slight increase in numbers does not penalize other schools. Read more of the article Equal Opportunities, more than affirmative LA FRANCE does not implement the concept of "positive discrimination" which, strictly speaking, refers to discrimination on ethnic or racial basis. She prefers the "equal opportunities and the territories", which effectively requires specific measures in favor of those who need it most. This concept is at the heart of the law Borloo social cohesion. With such teams and educational success of platforms to support children and troubled teens. Or financially, with the increase of urban social endowment ($ 600 million in five years) and its redistribution to municipalities confronted with heavier issues. Read more of the article Learning the right idea The editorial by John Paul Mulot […] hustle the single college and end the myth of compulsory education for all up to 16 years. The development of pre-apprenticeship from 14 years is now the most promising area of ??the proposals of the Prime Minister. It will not solve all problems. But it has the merit of being much more concrete that the restoration grants to neighborhood associations. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 08/11/05 (a day late) in shock, Grigny does not give up a nursery school was completely destroyed by fire Saturday night. CRS and two were wounded by gunfire in the shotgun. Our reporting. Read more of the article "A circular which prescribes nothing" How do you interpret the recent circular of the Ministry of Interior establishing a sort of truce youth evictions undocumented school? Jean-Michel Delarbre. Read more of the article EDITORIAL BY PATRICK APEL-MULLER The last word … The willful blindness of the leaders of the right encourages less lucid of suburban youth to multiply the places of depredation and unbearable violence. Read more of the article What the 2006 budget will not do for neighborhoods Affected credits will be reduced next year, fostering insecurity everywhere. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien on 09/11/05 (paying) Massively, the French say yes to firmness A CSA poll indicates that the French, shocked by the violence are to the idea of ??the coverslips fire and for learning from 14 years. But also for suburban associations have the means to act. Read more of the article Can the learning break the spiral of school failure? EACH YEAR, the country is returned face a sad fatality statistics: the legal age for leaving school (16 years), 15,000 students no longer set foot in college, or so infrequently that they become real ghosts. Read more of the article "It’s the first time I get to something ” COLLEGE they unnerved me all! Ayoub confesses, almost 18 years. The teachers, students, courses … it was not going at all. "There are half a year, he decided to drop his college Fresnes, Val-de-Marne. Read more of the article "We hang until the 3rd because the law requires" LEARNING age 14? Yesterday afternoon, few teachers had heard about in college Grange-aux-Belles. No sign of disinterest, they say immediately: "Just a ras-le-bol facing the stack of measures that never change anything … Read More Article And you are- you support the learning from 14 years? Evelyne Chassaing 54 YEAR EMPLOYEE BANK TREMBLAY-EN-FRANCE (93) "This measure is a good thing because many children are bored in school. They skip classes and come to themselves. For my son-learning has been a … Read more —————————- Article ——————– the Cross of 09/11/05 good ideas of our neighbors in six neighboring countries of France, concrete and original measures were up to defuse violence in the suburbs and to encourage integration Read more of the article —————————– ——————- 20 minutes from 09/11/05 Lilian Thuram tackle the minister of the Interior the words "scum" and "Karcher", footballer took for him. At a press conference on the eve of the match between France and Costa Rica, which is played in Martinique, Lilian Thuram launched yesterday against an attack as unexpected as violent about statements of Nicolas Sarkozy. "Me too, I grew up in the suburbs, explained this symbol of France black-white-bor 1998, now a member of the High Council of Integration. When someone says: "We need to clean Karcher" … It may not be known what he says Sarkozy. I take it for me. »Read more of the article" The central problem is employment "Maryse Hedibel, Sociologist. Will the announced measures help solve the problems of the suburbs? No, the central problem is employment. However, learning from 14 years equates academic failure in manual trades. This measure therefore favors social segregation by developing the relegation sectors. Moreover, subsidized jobs under Villepin simply repeat a policy developed since the 1980s, which destines youth cited in precarious jobs. As for the adults-relay stations, they may extend the policy of big brothers, developed in the late 1980s and promotes communalism. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— West of France 09/11/05 I challenge businesses to recruit us behind the cities that ignite hides a serious identity problem. young immigrant need recognition. Abderhamane El Khmisti, 34, eldest of eleven children of Moroccan origin installed at Le Mans, testifies. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— Le Monde 09/11/05 violence in stable school, racist acts by decreasing the violence in schools remains at a high level. After a 12% increase in violence recorded in 2003-2004, the number of reports in colleges and public high schools increased by 1% in 2004-2005, according to data collected by the National Education Signa software. The incidents are concentrated in a limited number of establishments: 10% of secondary schools reported 50% of acts, a stable proportion for three years. Vocational colleges, which host a large number of pupils, remain the most affected. Their situation is deteriorating steadily for three years. Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur daily 09/11/05 73% of French "pro-curfew" the French approve the measure taken by the government to use the curfew to restore calm in the suburbs. According to a CSA poll published in Le Parisien / Aujourd’hui en France Wednesday, November 9, 73% are in favor of the authorization of the use of the curfew, while 24% are opposed and 3% were undecided. The reinstatement of funding for organizations working in the suburbs of housing assistance and academic help is approved by 89% of respondents (9% against 2% undecided). As for the decline in the entry age in learning 16 to 14 years, it is supported by 83% (16% against 1% no opinion). Read more of the article Violence views by the press find every day all the French press and foreign magazines and galleries of front pages of the press on urban violence in the French suburbs. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- A selection in dispatches of 09/11/05 Tell or not: the discomfort of teachers deal with urban violence. The teachers seem reluctant to introduce the debate on urban violence in the classroom for fear of matters worse when they teach in sensitive areas, or because they feel they lack decline in quieter areas. Read more of the article The SNES does "not demonize learning" The SNES-FSU, the main union-college high schools, said Wednesday at a press conference that he would "not demonize the learning ", but felt that the government" undermines compulsory education up to 16 years. " "We do not demonize learning. We know that for young people it can be a solution. But the lowering of departure Learning to 14 years means that one questions the compulsory education up to 16 years, it is a step backwards 50 years, "said Bernard Boisseau, joint general secretary of the SNES. Read more of the article Gilles de Robien "Learning to 14 years is a good measure" Minister of Education Gilles de Robien said Wednesday morning during an interview on France 2 that "learning 14 years is a good measure, approved by a large majority of French. " Asked about the controversy arose after the government’s proposal to lower the start by learning from 16 to 14 years, Mr de Robien has held that "created controversy for a few people but it is approved by a large majority of French". Read more of the article Robien: riots are a "failure of society," Minister of Education Gilles de Robien said Wednesday morning on France 2 about urban violence raging in France for two weeks they were "a failure of society," and wondered what "society would be without the PTA." Read more of the article Lyceens UNL condemn the state of emergency and the "contempt" of the government’s National Union schoolgirl (UNL) rose on Wednesday in a statement, against the state of emergency declared by the government, "measure responsible for violent and warmongers symbols" and condemned his "contempt" against youth. "This is not a law dating from the war in Algeria, which will soothe the situation," she added, noting that "the systematic repression makes things worse" and saying that "we are paying the heavy tribute of ghettoization and a reproductive system of inequalities ". Read more of the article passionate debate between faculty College of Sevran and Robien Passages classes without the required level, inadequate teacher training, school board insulation children cited … the reflections have blended in a Wednesday morning College of Seine-Saint-Denis, who received a visit from "solidarity" of the Minister of Education. Gilles de Robien, who wanted a "no holds barred debate," listened for over an hour the thoughts and suggestions of the teaching staff of the college Paul Painleve, a Sevran College ranked in priority education zone (ZEP) where two rooms were damaged by fire on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- for more Indispensable teaching coffee VousNousIls the site (Section dispatches education AFP) the home teachers-education AFP dispatches on the site Voila.fr the Yahoo News website under education Published by Watrelot on Wednesday, November 9, 2005