Tuesday, June 12, 2007 “Satisfaction” but limited …

Tuesday, June 12, 2007 "Satisfaction" but limited … President Nicolas Sarkozy has announced Monday the "total repeal of the decrees Robien" the teaching profession, unions who expressed "satisfaction" as were the disappearance of these decrees a "prerequisite" to discussions. In contrast, 3,058 jobs lost through decrees will not be restored: the equivalent hours will be compensated for overtime "Work more … we know the slogan … The World, written by Luc Cedelle returns to school mapping and. "traps of free choice." He is interested in the work of the researcher Nathalie Mons author of "The New Education Policy, Doth France the right choices? "(Forthcoming in November). Ms. Mons finds that competition among institutions leading to "restore freedom of choice either in the hands of parents, but between those of directors of the highest rated establishments." The idea of ??freedom is so perverted: it is a system where ultimately ‘families choose, institutions have. " But countries that have chosen this option have found that it reinforced the gap between advantaged and disadvantaged schools. Continue reading