Thursday, November 17, 2005 “Fighting against school ghettos is to introduce, step by step, dose after dose of cultural and social diversity of elements: making a positive difference principle of education policy; ensure that the school is not a place where one destroys these differences, but where it makes audible to each other.
Thursday, November 17, 2005 "Fighting against school ghettos is to introduce, step by step, dose after dose of cultural and social diversity of elements: making a positive difference principle of education policy; ensure that the school is not a place where one destroys these differences, but where it makes audible to each other. This means that the "positive mobility" will replace the hypocrite affirmative. It will, for example, the location of schools clearly manifests the will not complacently accept the existence of "trash schools." Also appropriate to direct the special aid which today is intended to "priority areas" to improve the child’s environment instead of focusing without real result, the only conditions ‘education. ". It was Alain Bentolila who wrote this in Le Monde calling for a profound school reform especially in the sense of a differentiated instruction. "Many things are still under consideration as the status, opportunities for contracts and remuneration and duration of the training, but others are decided. Whether learning to 14 years is based on the only youth volunteering and in professions they have chosen is one of the reversibility of the system also "Here it is the Minister who speaks about learning during a visit to a learning center. He also stressed "the obligation to maintain the existence of a reference college ensuring quality monitoring training." De Robien thus reinventing pre-apprenticeship classes … All for it? Good reading… ——————————————— – Release of 17/11/05 civic Service: a catch-all label the plan announced by Jacques Chirac for young cities covers devices existing in the army, the police and associations. Read more of the article riots integration by Lahouari ADDI The French from former colonies feel marginalized. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 17/11/05 the children’s advocate says "cautious" about the curfew defenseman children Claire Brisset Thursday expressed "cautious" about the usefulness of the curfew in the suburbs, by submitting its annual report to Jacques Chirac. "I’m cautious about curfews when they electively focused on minors," said Ms. Brisset press after presenting his report to the head of Etat.Elle stressed that minors are not alone " troublemakers "since the start of the riots in the suburbs. "The problem is broader," said she stressed, citing "unemployment, poverty, insecurity". Read more of the article Polygamy: "We could not do such a close relationship," according to Cope spokesman of the government Jean-Francois Cope, said today that "we could not do as a link narrow "between polygamy and urban violence that have done some UMP. Read more of the article Children of polygamous families stigmatized Several politicians have accused the children of polygamous families have participated in the riots. Read more of the article A family of sixty-five members in the City of 4000 "By themselves, they fill two classes," laugh youth of the City of 4000 in La Courneuve. With their wives and children, F. three brothers form a "tribe" of "sixty-five people" divided into several apartments. Read more of the article At Nanterre, the Zy’Va Association reconstitutes the family fabric to appease the spirits Why, when dozens of cities were burning, the Daisies district has not moved. Read more of the article The "affirmative action" to force the gates of integration By Nicole Bacharan Instead of complaining about the sometimes cartoonish look that foreign concern the crisis in the suburbs, it would be appropriate to study the methods they have used to foster integration. Thus the "affirmative action" practiced in the United States since the 60 deserves careful and lucid examination, based not on ideas as it circulates in France, especially in government circles, but on the facts. Decryption ten points. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 17/11/05 the academician derails Helene Carrere d’Encausse Sunday explained the crisis of French suburbs NTV Russian TV channel. According to the Moscow correspondent of Liberation, she said: "These people, they come directly from their African villages [...]. Everyone is surprised: why African children in the street and not in school? Why parents can not buy an apartment? It’s clear why: many of these Africans, I tell you, are polygamous. "Before indignant that" You go to jail if you say it was five or ten black Jews on TV and what we can not express their opinion "on the Second World War." Read more of the article Poll. The school, best asset To overcome the crisis in the suburbs, the French prefer long-term solutions to a battery of immediate measures, according to a CSA poll for France Info and France Europe Express released yesterday. For 47% of respondents, we must first strengthen the resources allocated to national education. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien on 17/11/05 (paid) to be an apprentice 14 years and will require volunteer belittle the age of learning to 14 years (instead of 16) " for children who have the most difficulty ": the Prime Minister’s proposal to find a solution to the crisis in the suburbs, set off a storm in the world of education … Read more Article Chirac launches his civil service Jacques Chirac wants to go fast. Three days after he receives his televised speech this morning at the Elysee Palace, Dominique de Villepin and all ministers concerned with the implementation of the voluntary civil service. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– the Cross of Nothing seen … 17/11/05 ——————————– —————- 20 minutes from the internet 17/11/05: parental control strengthened now parental control will "systematically" and offered free to new subscribers to the Internet in the first quarter of 2006, following an agreement signed yesterday between the service providers (ISPs) and governments. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— West of France 17/11/05 Nothing seen … —————————— ——————- Le Monde 17/11/05 the government asked to expedite the enrollment decline We must move towards downsizing that comes close to replacement of only two of retirements, (to be) averaged 76 000 per year in the next decade. "in his report on the funding of public service in the 2006 budget, which should be examined November 21 by the national Assembly, Georges Tron, MP (UMP) of the Essonne and the Special rapporteur of the Committee on Finance, drives the point. he said "we must use this demographic opportunity to vigorously engage the modernization process public service. "Read more of the article family reunification and polygamy in the dock government and his majority have pa s quick to find an explanation for the outbreak of violence in recent weeks: the "inadequate control of migration flows". The theme is now positioned at the forefront of "concerns" requiring rapid legislative response, two years after the Act of 26 November 2003 on the control of immigration, presented by Nicolas Sarkozy, who had significantly hardened the conditions of entry and residence of foreigners. "The integration and assimilation are being troubled by a volume of immigration that goes beyond the absorption capacity, says the president of the UMP group in the National Assembly, Bernard Accoyer. If we want to integrate it must significantly slow the flow of immigration. " Two reasons have been responsible for http://www.homeworkmarket.me/
the "massive influx" of new immigrants: family reunification and polygamy. A link that is no doubt for Accoyer: "Among the minors involved in crimes, there is an overrepresentation of children of polygamous families," the MP for Haute-Savoie. Read more of the article Lionel Stoleru, former Secretary of State for Immigration "There is no connection with the violence" There is no connection with the violence. 95% who "dip" in these events were born in France. Nicolas Sarkozy will perhaps find some foreigners to be expelled, but this is not the bottom line. Urban violence is not due to a family reunion problem, but those cities where there is despair of young people who realize that their horizon is blocked. It is not by banning family unification that we will solve the problem. Read more of the article A Stains, the destinies of distressed mothers She laid on her lap a yellow card for shirt where it gathered in a huge mess, a mass of papers of all kinds: school newsletters his children, his rent receipts, the judgment of his second divorce his contract, statements of support from family allowance fund. Throughout the conversation, she draws one by one the documents in the file. "It’s a mess, I found nothing!" She finally launches into a laugh. Read more of the article Our school has failed, by Alain Bentolila For over thirty years, we agreed – and sometimes blindly encouraged – grouping, in landlocked places, people who had in common is poor and most come from an otherwise blurred and confused. These people are assembled, these territories increasingly isolated, not for what they shared heritage in terms of explicit and forwarded history, but rather because, year after year, they knew less and less who they were, where they came from and where they went. [...] Our school, accepting that for hundreds of thousands of students the school and social failure is inevitable, generally weakens its credibility. For she then admits that within the very heart of its organization, exist areas where we wither hope to rise above his condition through knowledge and understanding. Because it accepts that are confined within its own walls of children who think the school’s gamble does not deserve to be tempted and end up confused confinement and identity choices. Our school can be respectable and honored if no part of its territory does not display the expression of renunciation: "Here are minimal chances of escape." And the solution is certainly not in the sparse distribution of premiums to confinement. Because these bonuses, sparingly granted and misused, could not change anything in the academic and social destiny confined students. This same containment – the intolerable idea that "a feather flock together" – to be refused and fought. The inability to provide serious solutions to the economic and social confinement resulted in the same inability to partially open the doors of educational ghettos. Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur daily 17/11/05 Reunion "to better help young" President of the Republic on Thursday launched the work for the establishment of voluntary service in early 2006. Read more Article Villepin warned: no scapegoats Prime Minister Dominique de Villepin warned Thursday against the temptation to look for "scapegoats" facing the crisis in the suburbs. Read more from the article "I do not mind talking to Sarkozy" For Disiz Plague, rapper latest album: The extarordinaires stories of a young suburban (released in early October 2005) Read more Article ———————————————– ———— a selection in dispatches of 17/11/05 Robien: learning to 14 years solely on the basis of voluntary Minister of Education, Gilles de Robien, has assured Wednesday that learning from 14 years "should be built solely on the voluntary basis and in professions chosen by the young people themselves." Read more of the article The suburban crisis gives a new urgency to the reform of the PTA With the crisis in the suburbs, unions, associations and the Ministry of Education agreed to make the ZEP (priority education zones) recognized as one of the best remedies to social deprivation and discrimination, the reform center to conduct emergency. Many minors subject to compulsory education (under 16), and others saying "school leavers" were involved in the violence in recent weeks. The Minister of Education Gilles de Robien has renewed Wednesday his promise to "evaluate and reform" these areas. "What would society without the PTA?" Said he interviewed, however, recognizing that they have "perhaps in a quarter century, lost some of their intensity in the educational success." Read more of the article Imagine your future, free magazine for professional discovery Teen New magazine appeared in November in colleges Imagine your future professional world discovery newspaper for 12-16 years and distributed free with understanding college major in 1,640 establishments, or 250,000 targeted teenagers. Read more of the article Police / minor "deterioration of relations" notes the Ombudsman for Children The Ombudsman for Children, Claire Brisset, is concerned about the "deterioration of relations between miners and police," calling for not "trivialize recourse to justice for children in need", in its annual report presented Thursday to the head of state. "Relations between the police and young people, whether alone or in groups, are too ritualized is on the way of mutual distrust, the band against band + + type of confrontation, ignoring the institutional dimension of Police, "reads the report written before the eruption of violence in the suburbs. Read more of the article unorganized violence from a minority, unique in their scope (criminologist) The recent riots are distinguished by their previous scope and duration but still made the unorganized minority, according to the balance sheet compiled Thursday by criminologist Christophe Soullez, author in 2002 of "urban Violence" (editions Milan). 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 Thursday, November 17, 2005