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Canada Paris: what we know about the violent aggression of a professor by a high school student

16:45  30 november  2021
16:45  30 november  2021 Source:   europe1.fr

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Une professeure du prestigieux lycée Montaigne, dans le très cossu VIe arrondissement de Paris, a été blessée après avoir été violemment agressée lundi après-midi par un de ses élèves de seconde en plein cours. Sur Europe 1, le directeur de l'Académie de Paris explique que le jeune agresseur avait déjà montré des signes d'agressivité. © Matthew Alexandre / AFP A professor of the prestigious High School Montaigne, in the very Cossu life district of Paris, was injured after being violently assaulted Monday afternoon by one of his second-class students in the course. In Europe 1, the director of the Paris Academy explains that the young aggressor had already shown signs of aggression.

A dispute that degenerated aggression. Monday, in the prestigious high school Montaigne du Very Chic District of Paris , a secondary student took away against his professor in the middle of maths before hitting her violently. The teacher checked the work of the students, when the dispute broke out and that the tone is quickly mounted. Europe 1 met several high school students witnessing aggression. One explains: "He stuck to her, and she kept her cold blood, she remained right".

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"It was pretty impressive"

"30 cm apart between the two, so it was pretty impressive," says another comrade. "We could already be afraid, but we would never have thought that it goes far away, that it goes to hit it," adds another high school student. The student in question held two punches in the faculty's face. She turned up with a five-centimeter wound on her forehead. Again, the young aggressor gave him two blows in the face, then the teacher fell to the ground and the aggressor continued to hit her.

"There are students who have risen and separated them", entrusts a high school student before one of his comrades evokes the first aid given to the professor: "There was a bearing to go to toilet paper next door and to stop the hemorrhage ". "Afterwards, we were evacuated and we went out, but everyone was a little shocked and bunklé", testifies another high school.

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No supervisors in the corridors at the time of the facts

a crisis cell was set up in the high school Montaigne . If the teaching team is used to the facts of violence, especially verbales, never a serious incident occurred in this establishment of the very cross-life district. According to a teacher, this may be due to the lack of supervisor in high school corridors. In any case, the author of the facts is placed in custody, and the courses resumed Tuesday at 2 pm.

"The professor was hospitalized on Monday. She released the hospital," says Antoine Destrés, Director of the Academy of Paris, on Europe 1. At noon, the teacher went to the police station to report to The police of what happened during his mathematics course.

"It is a student who has shown aggression in the past"

the director of the Paris Academy returns to the profile of the young abuser. "It was a pupil who has, in the past, manifest a certain aggression. But never facts about the severity of those who took place on Monday," he explains to the micro of Romain disarray, before saying That "this is the first time in five years that we are witnessing an aggression of this importance".

Several officials from the Parisian school world have expressed support from the teacher and witness students. Antoine Destrés went to the Lycée Montaigne Tuesday morning with a message: "It is an act quite inadmissible. I said (to the students) that we were by their side, that we would come back because they made me state of difficulties of several natures ". The Director of the Paris Academy also evokes the psychological cell put in place Tuesday morning for a work to be done "in the direction" of all the high school students of the establishment.

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