April 24 to 30, 2017 – The Navy School – School running – Appels- Perdir – Butinages -.

April 24 to 30, 2017 – The Navy School – School running – Appels- Perdir – Butinages -. Essentially a political notebook, but not that … And if, before turning calls "to block" we started with (re) talk about education in this campaign? successively analyze the Navy program Le Pen and that of Emmanuel Macron. Then devote a passage notepad calls to vote have also multiplied in the world of education. We will also discuss the situation before perdir end up reading some tips. School start with the blue Marine Le Pen program. I suggested a few weeks ago an analysis with a blog post in a series on the candidates’ education programs. To deepen, go to the source. There is of course the "144 Marine Le Pen commitments. But they do not reveal everything. We must also look towards proposals for school collective Racine (collective dedicated to the School in Marinist galaxy). One can also watch the interview (video) Alain Avello SOS education. This is the president of Racine collective and adviser of the candidate. The video is about twenty minutes but it is instructive. We can find a fairly detailed analysis of Marine Le Pen projects for education in Liberation. Journalist Marie Thornton extensively interviewed Alain Avello and taken all the sources mentioned above. It also has a fairly sharp analysis appeared in a comparison proposed by AFP Avello where the same faces two officials education program in March. Marine Le Pen program, according to his adviser through prioritize famous "fundamental". Primary 50% of teaching time should be devoted to French. And this means reductions in other subjects and in particular the learning of a foreign language (in the primary). There is of course also the inevitable verse about the "restoration of the authority" by the use of uniform and stronger sanctions. A. Avello evokes including the removal of disruptive students from their home institution, registering in internships at "about 80 kilometers", he argues. There is also an attack against the pedagogy: "We must focus training on subject knowledge only, and not to teach pedagogy. This is a nonsense that wastes time for everyone, because teaching is not a science. It’s an art." . He also mentioned the creation of a new discipline (which would replace the philosophy techno and EMC). It would be called "civility and law," with a dedicated Capes, and an education at the primary and end up with three hours per week. And a goal: "We must give reasons students love France, it is necessary that the school fulfills its role of" assimilation ".". The Liberation article also mentions the issue of autonomy. For the FN, equal opportunity starts with the least amount of autonomy. In the viewfinder: the academic freedom of teachers. "Under equality requires that the contents are the same everywhere." Says education advisor. He cites the teaching of reading as an example. "The phonics should be the norm in all classes of CP, even if at the margin, the teacher could allow complete using other methods.". It also mentions the "revaluation" of the Bachelor and selection at the entrance of the baccalaureate. Last but not least, there is the end of the unique and early tracking school at fourteen. In addition to the program, one can also mention the call of John Paul Brighelli to vote for Marine Le Pen. Recall that it was already counselor education "standing of France", the party of Nicolas Dupont-Aignan. So there is a logic and a path that could sense several years … The School Walk in the education program of Emmanuel Macron has been analyzed with the same attention. We can post my own blog post or that of Jean-Michel Zakhartchouk. We also find another analysis in the Pedagogical Cafe and a summary in VousNousIls. Liberation has proceeded in the same way as Le Pen and decrypts, point by point measurements of Running candidate program in education by asking the holders of this project. As the article says, it is difficult to know the names of the leaders of the Emmanuel Macron education team. They highlight the fact that they are "on duty" (not just "on" …). The article presents a person Fanny Anor, Professor of history and geography in detachment that was until recently employed by the Institut Montaigne. In another article proposed by AFP on the point of the site, a second person is revealed. This is Anousheh Karvar, former treasurer of the CFDT and Director Myriam El Khomri firm, presented here as the head of Education in March. Since we are talking of people, some names circulating for the post of minister. It evokes that of Philippe Benoist Appeared or Meirieu (but that’s a rumor started by Brighelli). One can also say that the former Rector (and dir’cab Peillon), Pierre-Yves Duwoye which includes his thoughts on his blog might be a candidate. And since we are short game predictions, one could also consider Bigorgne Lawrence, who heads the Institute Montaigne might be interested. Finally, we note a forum of Francois de Rugy in the Huffington Post that develops the main axes of this education program. How to describe this program? Jean-Michel Zakhartchouk speaks of "promises and shadows." In my own blog post title plays on words (normal …) speaking of "In walking, one step forward, one step back." On the site VousNousIls, SNES-FSU union regret "program not detailed enough," and some "misunderstandings in the education system." Francois Jarraud the Pedagogical Cafe summarizes the program in two words: "Autonomy and solidarity." Regarding the first term, Emmanuel Macron, alternately talking to "give the lead" of "greater autonomy" or "stimulate innovation" field players. This first means greater latitude given to institutions (and their leaders) and by a steering evaluation. But to release it would also mean the choice whether to apply the reforms into effect. At school reform school rhythms no longer be compulsory. A decree publishable this summer, should give the choice to municipalities, after consultation with schools. In college, the reform would not be repealed as such but for the 20% identified in the schedule of the students for interdisciplinary homework market
teaching (the famous PPE), each institution may decide what he does: continue PPE or replace bilingual courses (two living languages ??in the sixth), or ancient language teaching. The decision would be taken by the board of directors of the institution. In high school, the Macron team is also planning to let the teams apply or not personalized support and exploration teachings, set up by the Chatel reform of 2010. What is very worrying for the SES, the passage .. . on France Info TV is back on the other iconic aspect of the program. To fight against failure and educational inequalities, Emmanuel Macron offers the classes of CP and CE1 schools in priority areas are limited to 12 students. The financing of the measure, which would require hiring from 4 000 to 5 000 new teachers of schools, is still unclear, but pass through the economy of "hundreds of millions of euros" on the organization of baccalaureate. Teachers’ unions are seduced by this promise, but still have doubts about its feasibility. They refuse including its funding through increased enrollment of students elsewhere, or by sacrificing other educational devices in priority areas. Another practical issue that this raises: local. The construction and maintenance of schools are the responsibility of municipalities. If some schools have rooms in rab, many are cramped. Split a class supposes two rooms. "We have prepared a package of 200 million to help municipalities, says Fanny Anor for Liberation. work time, when there will be no solution, two teachers will grade in the same room. "In West France details can be found on the Bachelor Emmanuel Macron wants to simplify by just four terminal events (the remains Control Training Course) while Marine Le Pen wants to especially enhance the selectivity of this review. One will also find a comparison in Le Figaro-student and another on BFM TV. Anyway, it is clear that in both cases, as VousNousIls reminds us, the reforms introduced by Najat Vallaud-Belkacem may be detricotees or repealed during the next five years. Appeals Appeal to Stop Le Pen multiply in education and higher education, says Le Monde. On the site of Pedagogical Notebooks we can find the press CRAP-Cahiers Teaching, of course, but also the Collective of Associations School of partners (CAPE) and the ESPER representing forty five organizations active in the field of education (mutual societies, associations, cooperatives and trade unions). . Some associations, gathered in these collectives have also produced specific releases. This is the case of Francas, AFEV of the CIPF and surely many others will forgive me for not having seen their releases. The unions also are articulate and call to vote against Le Pen. We can read press releases and statements of UNSA, CFDT, the SNUipp-FSU, the SNES-FSU. of University Presidents also voted clearly against the FN. This was the case of Yves Jean, president of the University of Poitiers who sent an email to 26,000 students and 3,000 staff of the University of Poitiers to defend "academic values ??and traditions within which occupies a tolerance essential place. " Frederic Dardel, President of Paris V did the same. "In addressing this very personal and unusual message for me, I abuse my President’s prerogatives," he writes in this mail to all the Rene Descartes University in Paris. According to him, "the challenge to the very existence of the university spirit is such that I must cross this boundary." He insisted on one point: "Today, with over seven million votes collected in the first round and voice postponement conditions and desist quite uncertain, I am worried, I am very worried." This concern, it is also found in Gerard Aschieri, former head of the FSU and now a member of the EESC. First published on his Facebook account, this stance has become a forum on the website of Economic Alternatives. He calls everyone to "reflect on its responsibilities." Remember, if it were needed, the stake. "In our system today abstention, null or blank votes are not neutral: they necessarily favor one side and the risk is real that this camp is the FN. I read here and there committed activists who say they do not imagine putting such ballots. I can hear them, but I ask them if they can just imagine waking up on May 8 with a France where Le Pen would be president. "He concludes with these words:" The choice of each are free, but this freedom requires the same time each to think about their responsibilities. "We can also say otherwise with this quote:" What conscience can accept left to rely on neighbors to safeguard essential because the effort seems to him unworthy of ourselves? "(Look for the author, and date …) Perdir The perdir have much to say … The" perdir "in administrative jargon of EN, it is the management staff. Feeling continuously declining level of students, strained relationships with parents, saturation face injunctions come from the top … In secondary schools, never morale of management staff of National Education has been lower, if one believes the first results of a survey conducted by Georges Fotinos and whose elements can be found on VousNousIls and Le Figaro. This former official representative of the general inspection, has made this its specialty, from a first survey in 2003 on this subject carefully left out by the Ministry of Education. He presented this April 25 comparable data for 15 years. Among perdir, according to the survey conducted on a sample of 3,000 primary school and secondary school headmasters 14.4% are at the stage of clinical burnout, requiring care and not just a change in their working conditions. Butinages Finally, as usual, some readings gleaned during my watch on the internet. I suggest you go read the 15 steps to reform the college proposed by college students in a workshop led by Mara Goyet and presented on the blog "Alchemy of the College." You will be impressed by the relevance of some of these proposals. In Le Monde of April 28, an interview with sociologist Olivier Galland worth reading. It delivers its analysis on the political attitudes of young people at the entrance to professional life. But he also speaks of the education system in these terms: "Regarding the school, as we know, school fates play early. Hence the importance of focusing on the primary under-equipped, and basic skills. Early education can also be a track. We must pay more attention to the quality of education. Student success depends: this is obvious but it is not fare quite concerned. Teacher training has been too long neglected in France. The assignment of teachers, centralized and linked to seniority, is nonsense. "He continues" Furthermore, education in France is still very academic, not suitable for young social media with cultural deficits. This is not to provide education on the cheap but a little more engaged with the actual company. Finally, a greater individualisation enhance knowledge transfer. Young people do not come with the same equality of opportunity in the school system or school in no way reduced. But it comes in contradiction with the egalitarian model in French. The centralization and bureaucratization of Education are ill-suited to these challenges. Besides teachers unions often oppose the reforms, as we saw with that initiated by Najat Vallaud-Belkacem. French culture is very elitist. The French school knows select the best. However, to succeed the more unfortunately, is not a political obsession. "Let’s finish with a little self-promotion. There appeared a week is the digital Special Edition No. 46 of Pedagogical Notebooks entitled "Antidotes". The free file includes 25 texts published on the website of the journal to deconstruct and fight the lies and misconceptions about the school. Those are not present only during election time! I would strongly encourage you to download and keep this issue you will find texts written by Florence Castincaud – Catherine Chabrun – Gregory Chambat – Sylvain Connac – Jacques Crinon – Bernard Desclaux – Michel Develay – Dubet – Marie Duru-Bellat – Herve Hamon – Roger-Francois Gauthier-Michel Guillou – Claude Lelievre – Francoise Lorcerie – Philippe Meirieu – Yannick Mevel – Pierre Merle – Liliana Moyano – Patrick Rayou – Yves Reuter – Bruno Robbes – Philippe Watrelot – Jean-Michel Zakhartchouk. As a bonus, an introduction entitled "67 million school specialists". Happy reading and good voting! (There will be no notepad next weekend) Philippe Watrelot This (tte) work is licensed under the terms of the license Creative Commons Attribution – NonCommercial – Sharing in the Same Conditions 3.0 La France. Posted by Watrelot to Sunday, April 30, 2017

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