Saturday, September 10, 2005 The controversy over the words of Gilles de Robien, about the private and the public and “equality means that this choice can be exercised,” continues to swell.

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Saturday, September 10, 2005 The controversy over the words of Gilles de Robien, about the private and the public and “equality means that this choice can be exercised,” continues to swell.

Saturday, September 10, 2005 The controversy over the words of Gilles de Robien, about the private and the public and "equality means that this choice can be exercised," continues to swell. Gilles de Robien he wants to rekindle the war school? Maybe does he turn against a fire to avoid that one does linger on the budget and job cuts? All newspapers today so come back on these words and looking into the case of private schools and the reasons for their choice, which often has nothing to do with the denominational aspect. Do we not see in this choice, the result of public sector difficult to renovate and innovate? Humanity (ise always online with a day late) however offers a different subject by focusing on merit scholarships. Latest news, which also affects the school. Ccela thirty years that all unions had not gathered together to organize social return (since 1976 at least.). A great day unit is indeed held on Tuesday 4 October. Good reading… ——————————————— – Release of 10 ———————————————- / 09/05 the private school she would be the preferred Robien? Gilles de Robien he will rekindle the ‘school wars’ between public and private? It is the intention that lend him the FCPE (Federation of close relatives PS), teachers unions and Henri Emmanuelli. [...] The controversy is part in two stages. The Minister’s visit on Tuesday, the private school St. Joseph in Cholet. Unions are moved, without more, this incursion into cathos land. Then Thursday on Radio Notre Dame, Gilles de Robien says the public-private balance in France: "The Catholic private education is not a refuge but allows an election." Then defends a necessary "equal means that this choice can be exercised. " Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 10/09/05 unions wave the rag school war [...] unions (SNES, UNSA and Sgen) and public parent (CIPF) made assault protests accusing the Minister Education wants to "revive the school war" and "challenge the secular school." In the Minister’s entourage, yet it assures that "these remarks were misinterpreted. Gilles de Robien has no intention to change the terms of financing of private education under contract. " Especially as the government’s priority, busy with the "war of employment", is certainly not to open a new front. [...] Read more article in Back to School " Dordogneshire "Since the early 2000s, more and more Britons are choosing to come and live with their children in the Dordogne. The British Consulate in Bordeaux estimated that about 5000 the number of Her Majesty’s subjects installed in the "Dordogneshire". Now any school department receives one or more students in the UK. More than 330 British students, not speaking a word of French, were enrolled in primary schools and secondary schools of the department this autumn, 55% of newcomers. If this influx has saved many classes slated for closure, it is not without its problems. The inspectorate of Dordogne has made available two teachers in French foreign language (FLE) who go every fortnight in the schools department. ——————————————- Humanity of 10/09 / 05 Echoes back primary breath a little struggle paid off: this is the conclusion drawn yesterday by the CIPF. Noting with satisfaction that the classes were reopened following primary parental protests, the federation nevertheless refuses to be too optimistic. Read more of the article The school only if I’m worth it … This week, humanity returns to the measures announced in September. Today: merit scholarships (5/5). Motivation … or ideological pitfall? Among the measures displayed by Gilles de Robien, that concerning the multiplication, from the autumn of 2006, merit scholarships does well cringe. Created by Jack Lang in 2000, awarded by the Education Inspectorate (AI) to college on scholarships who obtained very good results in the national certificate, the additional aid now exist in a small proportion. On 1340143 aid to high school students in 2004-2005, only 25,759 were merit scholarships. The new system plans to "consolidate" the use, particularly by automating their allocation to any student who obtained a mention good or very good in patent (novelty planned from June 2006). Young people who would not be the case but whose academic efforts have been noticed may file an application with the AI. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien on 10/09/05 (paying) the victim private educational success closely about Gilles de Robien on private education is the outcry on the union side teachers, students or parents of the public. Away from the controversy, the rush to denominational schools is confirmed More section 43 students per class! e success? Everything leads to believe in Seine-et-Marne, where the numbers are increasing annually by 1.5%. Problem: this boom sometimes turn against its followers. Read more of the article How to give a taste for reading to children? So many parents wish, especially in the beginning of the school year. Rolande Causse, author of children’s books and specialist in question gives valuable advice in "Who reads cot entire life." Read more of the article Innovative First course "Fitness briefcase" for college students. Pioneer class 6th 3 of Anatole France college Drancy (Seine-Saint-Denis) attended yesterday morning in an ergonomics course to sensitize teenagers to the correct port their schoolbags. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– the Cross of Nothing seen … 10/09/05 ——————————– —————- 20 minutes from 10/09/05 No 20 minutes in the weekend … ————— ———————————- West of France 10/09/05 Nothing seen … – ———————————————– Le Monde Strong reactions to the 10/09/05 about Gilles de Robien on private education Minister of education sparked an avalanche releases of protests, following his statements about private education at Radio Notre Dame Thursday 8th September. Gilles de Robien had specifically stated that private education is not "a refuge" but a "choice," "freedom of longer available." "I really believe in giving – and I think it is not yet perfect in that level – the private and public teachings equality means so that this choice is exercised in the most full neutrality of consciences, "he said (Le Monde, 10 September). These words intervened after his visit, Tuesday, September 6, the private college Saint Joseph Cholet (Maine-et-Loire) .br /> "Gilles de Robien does he rekindle the war school?" , Question FSU, first organization of national education, and CIPF main federation of parents. The NMS-CFDT calls the minister of "staggering" while UNSA-Education speaks of "provocation" worrying that the Minister wishes "after job cuts in the public service, provide additional resources to private institutions. " Public institutions "do not choose their students unlike the private," the SE-UNSA. Read more of the article Mr. de Robien created a controversy by claiming "equal means of public and private education" Back to school visit of the Minister of Education, Gilles de Robien, a private college and his statements on equal treatment between desirable public and private aroused, Friday, September 9, an uproar in the camp of supporters of the secular school. "Provocation", "outrageous," "unacceptable" … The response was particularly strong from the teachers unions as parents (CIPF). Read more of the article painful conversion to video surveillance of a tough neighborhood of the Yonne To restive teachers all security approach, the installation of cameras in their college sounds like a painful conversion to the reality principle. The teachers discussed how to arbitrate between their educational ideal and the need to preserve order and security? After months of reflection, teachers and all staff have decided: College Champs Plaisants in Sens (Yonne) is now equipped with 22 cameras to prevent degradation and violence. For 30 000, funded by the General Council of the Yonne, hallways, parking, stairs, the playground, the playground and washroom entrances are monitored day and night. Read more of the article Strikes and demonstrations to call for all unions, October 4 The five union confederations CFDT, CFE-CGC, CFTC, CGT, decided Thursday, September 8, to call employees private and the public in a day of action on Tuesday, October 4th. This mobilization should take the form of strikes and demonstrations with slogans like: "the development of employment, homework helper
against precariousness that reinforces the new contract hires (CNE), the improvement in purchasing power – by increasing – wages, collective and individual rights of employees. " The policy of the government of Dominique de Villepin, including the introduction of the CNE, so together against her the entire labor movement UNSA, FSU and Solidaires (Group of Ten), before joining the protests. Read more of the article Azouz Begag wants to "trivialize" the diversity in French society [...] I will start with the Minister of Education, Gilles de Robien, an action called "targeted colleges" to address the challenge equal opportunity in these institutions shunned by students in middle and upper classes and become dedicated to "visible minorities". So in twenty "relegation colleges," we will give teachers the opportunity to experience innovative forms of teaching, coaching. I want the students to come out of their college saying either "I succeeded" – which implies entering the mold – but "I managed myself." Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur daily 10/09/05 Nothing seen … ————————————– ——————— a selection from the headlines 10/09/05 Robien "equal opportunity and consideration" between private and public minister national Gilles de Robien said Saturday that his recent remarks Education on "equality of arms" between private and public schools meant "equal opportunity" and "equal consideration" in his ministry. Read more of the article religious signs at school: the suffering of girls excluded are "completely overshadowed" the collective "a school for all-your" Strasbourg, opposed the law on religious symbols in schools , said that the recent report by the monitoring unit "secularism" in the Ministry of Education "totally hidden" psychological damage to young girls and the impact on their course. 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 to Saturday, September 10, 2005

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