Wednesday, December 9, 2009 Competition and bidding disciplines – A very readable reform – Crucifix- Competition and escalation of disciplines Luc Chatel, Minister of Education must submit the regulations of the high school reform Thursday, December 10 before the higher education Council, an advisory body.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009 Competition and bidding disciplines – A very readable reform – Crucifix- Competition and escalation of disciplines Luc Chatel, Minister of Education must submit the regulations of the high school reform Thursday, December 10 before the higher education Council, an advisory body. In this stretch, the disciplines on the frontline to defend their schedules and their specific contribution. As said Louise Fessard, Mediapart journalist "At this game of" Who’s who shout the loudest? "Geography-history teachers are doing well.". But after the media frenzy, we manage to hear different words. Richard Descoings provides after-sales report which greatly inspired the high school reform. In an article in Le Monde he argues for the early test of history and geography in class S. First For him it "has three decisive advantages for improving our general high school." First, because often the Terminal S students are focused on science subjects at the expense of HG "If, however, a history and geography test was instituted at the end of the first class, the students will have the freedom of mind to focus on the subject. And they will have an interest: to succeed especially well for, at the end of the first class, will constitute "points clear" before the end of end of trials. ". Next, it will allow specialization in Terminal for the benefit of scientific studies. Finally, he said, because it allows to upgrade the L-series. "Trying too hard to defend the history and geography in scientific end, does there not a risk of a fatal blow to the literary series? "He concludes. Decidedly, this controversy about history in Tle S inspired many authors. In Le Monde, there is not the forum for R.Descoings, there is also that of Jean-Baptiste Andre. This researcher reverse the proposal and considers that "the priority is the defense of science subjects for the literary public. "Noting the weakness of science in literary studies, he says that" to be in the world today, it is equally important to understand the issues of contemporary science that have a good historical culture, literary and artistic. ".Rappelons in the same newspaper, there is a week that read as a call from representatives of the social sciences that read this" if scientific culture and the culture of the humanities are indispensable to students of tomorrow called "third culture", driven by the social sciences, is at least equally as well with a view to preparing students for orientation in higher education in a perspective of general culture . "To continue the list, we learn that the French Physical Society (SFP) and the Chemical Society of France (SCF) expressed regret in a statement Wednesday" the weakening of science education for all "that will lead, in their view, high school reform, and need to be consulted on this project. They add that "the experimental sciences such as physics and chemistry require quality practical work with groups of students downsized" A very readable reform. Le Monde, which is on Wednesday, most of the also proposes a "chat" with Claude Lelievre. The historian of education (blogger and columnist for France Culture) is queried by users on high school reform. Although it evokes much the question of history Tle S, about its possible to get high and see the reform more comprehensively and in a perspective historique.En response to a question, he admits that the industry ES is the big loser of the rebalancing more generally, it believes that "the reform that is being considered, […] is not sufficiently legible so that we understand the meaning, which fits in a broader set : the connection of the end of high school and early top to maximize the opportunities and successes. ". He explains that "we are in a country where the passages from one level to another is with great brutality, prejudicial to more continuous and easier course. Example: moving from one shot of a single omnipotent master in the primary to a multiplicity of different disciplines teachers in secondary […] in a way, the proposed reform may go the way of. less disciplinary dispersion for more specific channels. We could go much more in this direction so that cleaning a less abrupt transition between the end of school and the beginning of the superior, acting also on both sides, but in opposite ways: less than at the end of disciplines secondary, and a little higher in early. " But he repeated, this objective appears clearly enough in the current reform. Crucifix After Italy, now is Spain that debate instead of the crucifix in schools. This information is obviously to read in La Croix (!). This is also a "replica" (within the meaning given to it for earthquakes) of the Italian case. The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR), seized by a Finnish mother living in Italy, was sentenced early November Italy for the presence of crucifixes in classrooms. Soon after, members of the small Catalan independence left party ERC launch a parliamentary initiative asking the Zapatero government to apply the jurisprudence of the ECHR on the crucifix. It was approved on December 3, the parliamentary committee, with the support, among others, the Socialist Party deputies. Even if it’s not in the same proportions as in Italy, discussions are lively. Some people refer to the tradition, others argue that the country is "aconfessionnel" and that ehomework review
the school should be a neutral place. Is seen to create controversy in education, there are not that history … Each his cross! Good reading… ——————————————— – Liberation.fr of 09/12/09 (some paid items) Behaviors childish face the dangers of the street If all goes well, a normally constituted parent after reading the following, will never send her child to buy bread at the street corner. Even with big lazy. Because it normally constituted relative (therefore a stressed strand) will know that his offspring, who he thinks yet have instilled the basic rules of pedestrian safety in the city, has not actually do that. And he even has a natural tendency to behave totally irrationally to the dangers – many – who come to him in the street. This is what we learn from studies presented at a symposium on the pedestrian recently organized in Lyon by INRETS (National Institute for Research on Transport and Safety) … Read more of the article Demonstration against reform high school scheduled Thursday Eight unions of Education calling for a mobilization against the high school reform that include plans to make optional the terminal history and geography in S. Read More Article ——– ————————————- the Figaro 09/12/09 "A terminal S which form engineers needed "reform desired by Luc Chatel school plans to reduce the teaching of history and geography terminally S optional. Concerns or misunderstandings support, figaro.fr of users ask: should the courses to specialize or generalize? Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— the Monde.fr of 09/12/09 for the test of history from the first class, Richard Descoings Establish an early test of history and geography undergraduate at the end of class first presents three key advantages to improve our general high school. Read more of the article The priority is the defense of scientific materials for the literary public, by Jean-Baptiste Andre In an appeal published in the Sunday newspaper, historians, supported by artists, intellectuals and politicians, protest against the removal of the course of history and geography for final year science students. Do loser, of course, never an opportunity to engage with insight on vital topics, the Socialist Party was quick to support them. Read more of the article The strange silence geographers, Laurent Cailly prestigious university Twenty launched in The Sunday Journal December 6, an appeal against the suppression of history and geography in final year science class under reform of the Minister of education, Luc Chatel. In the list mainly included historians, joined by philosophers, artists, a demographer and even a psychiatrist, but no geographer silence is somewhat troubling. Read more of the article Call for maintaining the teaching of history in year science project The suppression of history and geography of the final science leads to behead which has been the strength of secondary education. The objective of secondary education over seven years was to prepare adolescents to exercise later pivotal functions in society through general training, that is to say neither rudimentary nor unhooked locked in a specialization of ‘secondary education. Read more of the article IUFMs mobilized against the reform of their curricula reform teacher training, wanted by the Minister for Research Valerie Pecresse, and the Minister of Education Luc Chatel n ‘ ceases to stir up trouble in the university institutes of education (IUFM). Almost all of the 32 teacher training institutes in France were mobilized against the project Monday, December 7, at the initiative of their directors. Read more of the article High School: "Reform is difficult to read" History and geography will be deleted S terminal so that students focus more on science subjects. "Strengthening the coefficients of science subjects bachelor would surely have been better understood," said in a cat Monde.fr Claude Lelievre, educational historian, professor at Paris-V. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 09/12/09 with Luc Chatel, history and geography does not pass terminally the decision to make optional the history and geography in scientific terminal causes an outcry among teachers, researchers and academics. Presented in four days, high school reform is increasingly disputed … Read more of the article sling IUFMs hardens sign of deep concern, the directors of university institutes organized yesterday a national day of mobilization against the proposed reform of teacher training. Unpublished. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien (some paid items) of 09/12/09 the future teachers are moving backwards Yesterday, 250 students of the university Institute of teacher training (IUFM) Antony joined their new premises in Gennevilliers. A disputed move. Read more of the article Beauvais violent altercation between students The tone is seriously mounted Tuesday at midday, between several young Corot high school in Beauvais (Oise). According to several accounts, a fight broke out between two rival gangs at the gate of the establishment, at the exit of the South. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– La Croix 09/12/09 Spain segment of the school-site crucifix a member’s request that the Spanish government to take steps to remove the cross from public schools, raising a new quarrel in this traditionally Catholic countries Read more of the article over the world, the role of grandparents is changing Universal, the largest-parenting then remains fundamental even it turns deep Read more of The item ———————————————— echoes (some paid items) of 09/12/09 Story deleted terminally S Chatel Luc Chatel defended his reform against attack. The Minister of Education defended yesterday in the National Assembly’s high school reform, one of the elements, removing the teaching of history and geography in the terminal S, causes a violent controversy since the this weekend of a petition signed by twenty prominent academics opposed the measure. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– 20 minutes from 09/12/09 history and geography optional S gaining some support in the chorus of criticism, three voices. Yesterday, the director of Sciences-Po Richard Descoings, who inspired the high school reform, commented on France Info the project of transforming history and geography optional for school seniors S. He found that the many criticisms for this project was "a bad trial the government." More surprisingly, the CIPF, first federation of parents (left) joined his sidekick right, the Peep, saying that reform was not a "disaster." Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Rue89 of 09/12/09 the economy also needs the history and geography! The call twenty university against the proposed abolition of history and geography lessons in Terminale S animated news this weekend. It is worth stressing in counterpoint how an understanding of the historical and geographical factors is essential to any serious economic thinking. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– West of France … 09/12/09 Nothing seen ——————————- —————– Le Journal du Dimanche 09/12/09 Chatel UMP fussed following an article published in the Journal du Dimanche, the deleting the history for the scientific section of the terminal, planned as part of the reform of School, stirs the political class. Several figures of the majority expressed their discomfort in the media Tuesday. Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur permanent 09/12/09 Bad trial (Educobs) it’s amazing what one loves controversy with us … Everything is pretext to express his mood. In recent days, the announcement of the abolition of history and geography in the terminal S in high school is the subject of heated debates. "Knowledge of the past fade into the background," wrote Laurent Joffrin in Liberation. "History will join the dead languages," says the historian Benjamin Stora. Guillon sneers of future airline pilots passed through the terminal S, which will confuse Barcelona and Bangkok. Inevitably, they will not geography terminal … The charge borders on the ridiculous! Read more of the article —————————————- Express .fr 09/12/09 ————————————- Nothing seen … ——— the Pedagogical Cafe 09/12/09 Parents and students in critical support for reform of the high school "the students are not interested in purely disciplinary proceedings". These About UNL illustrate the position taken by the two students movements at a particularly critical time for reform Luc Chatel. Read more of the article What future for Caroline? Each judge whether this has to do with high school reform. This morning I was talking about a second grader, Caroline. This is by far the best student in "my" class. A young worker queue, which includes fast, can spot what is expected of it, participates in a relevant and efficient manner. Moreover it must be said that it is in my high school by chance. It contrasts with the average level of the institution. A nice educational future seems to expect and this is what I wanted to explain to his mother when I received it late in the quarter. But boom! When I talk to his mother long study and prep class, she replies that it can not afford to pay them. Because higher education is free only on paper. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — Mediapart (fee) of 09/12/09 History geo-terminal S, a claim "elitist" history-geography disappearance of compulsory education in terminal O Since the publication in the Sunday Journal December 6 an academic petition "protest" against the disappearance scheduled courses mandatory history and geography terminal S, the material monopolizes the debate on the reform of the school. Certainly the teaching of history and geography is no longer mandatory but terminally "This program will now be seen in first class, where the number of hours of teaching material will go from 2:30 to 4:00" Le Figaro meets the Minister of education, Luc Chatel. Read more of the article High School Reform: disciplines soar niche Luc Chatel, Minister of Education must submit the regulations of the high school reform Thursday, December 10 before the Board of Education, an advisory body. In this stretch, the different disciplinary lobbies on the frontline to defend their schedules, seriously planed by the reform. Delegations succeed to the office of Minister of Education. In this game of "Who’s who shout the loudest?" Geography-history teachers are doing well. The petition, in which twenty leading academics protest against the disappearance planned compulsory courses of history and geography terminally S monopolized since its release on December 6 the debate on the reform of high school. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- a selection of 09/12/09 in dispatches Reviews physicists and chemists on high school reform the French Physical Society (SFP) and the chemical Society France (SCF) expressed regret in a statement Wednesday "the weakening of science education for all" that will lead, in their view, the reform of the school, and ask to be consulted on this project. Read more of the article End of story into Final S: Juppe "very reserved" must "re-discuss" Former Prime Minister Alain Juppe (UMP) said Wednesday "very reserved" on the reform to to suppress the teaching of history in Terminale S deeming it takes to "renegotiate". Read more of the article New wave of parents’ complaints against the students file Base Several hundred parents were Wednesday across France lodge complaints against X on the file "Student Base", which deals according to them with the rights of man and the child, according to the National Collective resistance to this database. Read more of the article Mr. Soubie: the controversy over history and geography "is not a good quarrel" Raymond Soubie, social adviser to Nicolas Sarkozy, said that the heated controversy over the two and a half hours history and geography that the government plans to remove terminal S while adding courses in 1st, was "not a good quarrel." Read more of the article Paille (UMP) defends high school reform, does not understand the controversy Dominique Paille, deputy spokesman of the UMP, Tuesday defended the high school reform lodged by the Minister of Education, Luc Chatel, calling it "very balanced" and did not understand the lively debate on the teaching of history and geography. Read more of the article history and geography in high school: "Humanism can not be an option" The PRG MPs Tuesday denounced the disappearance of the history and geography of the compulsory subjects in scientific terminal (S) considering that "humanism can not be an option." Read more of the article Main assaulted in Strasbourg closes six months for a student’s parent A father was sentenced to six months in prison, but released on bail, for hitting the principal of a college in Strasbourg as a result of the temporary exclusion of his son, did on Wednesday a judicial source. 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