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Canada What are the measures planned by the French Ministry of Education to have students revised this summer?

12:30  30 june  2020
12:30  30 june  2020 Source:   20minutes.fr

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Uneven work according to students during confinement , 4% of the pupils who have dropped out during this period , a resumption of partial class for a few weeks, programs far from complete ... Many pupils have fallen behind in their acquisitions in recent months.

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The head of the ministry is the Minister of National Education . All teachers in public primary and secondary schools are state civil servants At the primary and secondary levels, the curriculum is the same for all French students in any given grade, which includes public, semi-public and subsidised

But the Ministry of Education has planned several devices with the aim of helping "a million pupils" to catch up during the summer - the holidays start next Friday - the accumulated delay. With an envelope of 200 million euros to finance these "learning holidays", as Jean-Michel Blanquer calls them. 20 Minutes takes stock.

Learning summer camps

The government will help finance 250,000 departures to learning summer camps, including 200,000 places reserved for young people from priority areas of the city. "Every summer, almost one in four students do not go on holiday in summer . We want to make sure that more of them can, "said Jean-Michel Blanquer, during a press conference on June 6. These children will be able to leave for free or at a nominal cost.

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INCLUSIVE EDUCATION : Education that is based on the principles of acceptance and inclusion of 1. Shared and committed leadership by the ministry , boards, and schools will play a critical role in 3. Accountability and transparency will be demonstrated through the use of clear measures of success

The bill was presented by the French Ministry of Higher Education Valérie Pécresse and was The university student , in holidays during the vote of the law, began to express their discontentment in October 2007. Students from Lille also announced they were ready to take measures . The minister of higher education promised various modifications of the law, including a reduction of

These summer camps, intended for 3-17 year-olds, are offered from July 4 to August 31, 2020 for a minimum duration of 5 working days. They will also benefit the children of personnel “essential to the management of the health crisis”, those “having dropped out of distance education due to lack of Internet equipment”, those “coming from single-parent families or in difficult socio-economic situation Explains the ministry. They will have “fun and educational content. There will, for example, be activities around digital, in English… ”, said the Minister.

Almost 1,000 stays are already online on this platform . They are classified according to five themes (sports, arts and culture, sustainable development, foreign languages, science and digital) and by department. If your child is one of the priority audiences, registration is carried out by the community. In this case, contact the youth service of your municipality. If your child is not one of the priority audiences but you would like to register him, know that it is possible. It's up to you to book the stay directly on the platform. If you have CAF vouchers or holiday vouchers, you can use them to finance the stay.

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Additional summer sessions enable students to catch up with work they have missed or to take a 4. Do students have to wear uniform? 5. What are some differences between the educational system The student also has to send a transcript (= an official list of all the subjects studied and the grades

Establishments open

During the first 15 days of July and the last 15 days of August, 2,500 schools, from primary to high school, will remain open in cities and rural areas. They will provide tutoring in the morning to 400,000 students, who will also benefit from artistic, sporting and cultural activities in the afternoon. A device already existed in previous years, but it only affected 70,000 students. For these "open schools", previously limited to priority areas of the city, "we will need 25,000" teachers, "five times more than today," said Jean-Michel Blanquer.

In addition, vocational high schools will remain open for certain audiences: students who have not obtained their professional diploma in the June 2020 examination session and for whom the deliberation jury offers a presentation in the September 2020 session , those wishing to discover a new professional path within the framework of a reorientation project, or those who need to strengthen their skills before the start of the school year. "It is usually the teachers who encourage the students who need to enroll in this system," said the ministry to 20 Minutes.

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The French -language guide (and the website) has more information about the The education of our children is the responsibility of the government of our province (Ontario).The government department called the Ministry of Education is in charge of deciding what students will learn and the rules that

Access to education . Despite these international conferences, treaties, and goals, by the Countries with greater wealth tend both to expand education to a greater number of students and to Central questions concerning the role of education in reproducing social status or opening up opportunity to

The open truancy school

Some 50,000 young people under the age of 17 are also called upon to do the "open truancy school" this summer. "These will be stays in small groups in rural or coastal areas, often in the same region as that of the students. They will set off to explore nature and local heritage, ”says Jean-Michel Blanquer. This open truancy school will sometimes take the form of mini-camps under the tent with its assistant school.

The aerated learning centers

Educational game and school re-mobilization for dropouts will also be on the program of the aerated learning centers, which could accommodate 300,000 children, according to Gabriel Attal, Secretary of State to the Minister of National Education and the youth. The government promises exceptional one-off aid of 30 million euros "to local authorities", to facilitate the opening of leisure centers, to increase their reception capacities or to reinforce educational content. These leisure centers will also have online learning paths offered by Cned for levels ranging from primary to high school.

Why aren't these devices unanimous?

Having students floor in the summer is the subject of debate. “Holiday homework contributes to increasing inequalities. In addition, after a difficult confinement, the children need a resting vacation, not learning. Finally, it is up to the school to catch up on the academic delay taken by the students, not to associations or leisure centers, "said Francette Popineau, co-secretary general and spokesperson for SNUipp-Fsu at 20 Minutes. Not easy either to find enough volunteers among teachers to supervise the open schools system, she said.

Furthermore, convincing the students who are most in difficulty to participate in such schemes, more so in the summer, is a challenge. And some parents may also be reluctant to put their children back in the community while the coronavirus is still circulating.

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