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The custody of the high school student of 15 years, arrested on Monday after having violently attacked his professor of the prestigious Montaigne high school in Paris, was extended this Tuesday, November 30, 2021.
theof the high school student of 15 years , arrested on Monday in full course his professor of the prestigious to , was prolonged Tuesday, have we learned from the source close to the file.
This mathematics teacher had beenin full class by one of his second students. She had been driving at the hospital and came out from Monday night, according to the rectorate of Paris.
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A strongly condemned aggression
After, Monday with AFP, "condemned the violence of the facts and brought its total support for the teacher and the entire educational team" , the Rectorate said Tuesday that the Aggression occurred "at 4:10 pm " and that "the management of the establishment was reacted immediately".
The rectorate recalled that an "psychological cell has been put in place from (Tuesday morning) with a psychologist, two members of the Academic Security Team and the School Life" , adding that An "second psychologist would enhance the team".This aggression was unanimously denounced Tuesday. The SNES-FSU Teacher Union reiterated
"its demand for responsiveness and firmness when a staff is assaulted." "These verbal or physical violence should not be trivialized", added, asking "the institution", "a firm response vis-à-vis the aggressors" and an "support Total and unwavering staff ".
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FCPE (Federation of Parents) has
"firmly condemned all forms of violence in schools". "No physical and verbal violence has its place at school" , "she continued in a statement, pointing " the sad illustration of increasing malaise in national education "."Total Support" to Professor The Mayor of Paris and Candidate PS in the presidential election, Anne Hidalgo, brought, in a tweet, "all [his] support to the professor of the High School Montaigne"
and " Firmly condemned this violence and the degradation of the school climate ". Valérie Pécresse, President of the Ile-de-France Region and Candidate for the Investiture LR for the Presidential, expressed, also on Twitter, of his"Total Support"
and his "warm thoughts to the teacher ". The SIVIS Survey (Information System and School Security Vigilance System) on the Ministry of National Education Ministry that has just been published, shows that serious incidents are down in the second degree .
Colleges and high schools reported 10.2 serious incidents for 1,000 students in 2020-2021 against 12.2 in 2018-2019. A quarter of these incidents take place against teachers. The absence of a serious incident is"all the more likely that the establishment is socially favored"
, specifies the investigation.
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