US News Parcoursup, a test for disadvantaged neighborhoods

01:20  24 january  2021
01:20  24 january  2021 Source:   lejdd.fr

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Parcoursup is the national pre-registration platform for the first year of higher education in France. The “ Parcoursup Mobility Grant” campaign will open on July 8. The filing of your request will only be possible after your actual registration in the institution located in another academy than your academy

The free neighborhood -based testing will be available to residents regardless of whether they have symptoms or have been exposed to County public health officials have for months been conducting what they call, one-time “pop- up ” testing at various locations

La plateforme d'inscription pour les études supérieures est ouverte depuis mercredi. Une étude réalisée en petite couronne parisienne pointe le manque d'information des lycéens de quartiers défavorisés. © Sipa

The registration platform for higher education has been open since Wednesday. A study carried out in the inner suburbs of Paris points to the lack of information among high school students in disadvantaged neighborhoods.

In the second class, one in four students has no confidence in themselves to choose a job that suits them, according to a study carried out in three high schools in "priority areas of city policy" in Seine-Saint- Denis, in Val-de-Marne and Val-d'Oise. These figures resonate in a particular way as the Parcoursup platform has been collecting wishes since Wednesday from final year students for their higher education.

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Children who grow up in disadvantaged neighborhoods are nearly one-third more likely to experience obesity as adults, according to new research. Cornell University. "Kids from disadvantaged neighborhoods more likely to be obese as adults." ScienceDaily.

“If you just set up the testing sites in wealthy communities, you cannot rein this in,” said Dr. Usama Bilal, assistant professor at Drexel’s Dornsife School of Public Testing sites also are scarce in a part of the city where some neighborhoods are more than 15% Black.

They come from a survey recently published and carried out a year ago with 599 students by JobIRL, an association to help with guidance referenced by Parcoursup. There is no doubt that the health context will not make it easier to make choices, while trade shows and open house operations are carried out virtually. "One in three high school students does not feel comfortable finding information on the Internet on professions", adds Jules Donzelot, sociologist and scientific delegate of JobIRL. “And, still in these disadvantaged neighborhoods in the Parisian suburbs, one in five students does not know whether one of their parents has a post-baccalaureate diploma. Actions must be developed to create aspirations and help them develop a life project.”

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A national study published this week by Article 1, another guidance assistance association, shows that there is an emergency: 64% of senior high school students say they have not been sufficiently supported in their choice, on a sample of 2,692 students interviewed at the beginning of January. Thus, 57% of them turn to their parents, whereas they were 57% to consult their head teacher in 2020, when they were in class all day ...


In disadvantaged neighborhoods in the Parisian suburbs, one in five students does not know if one of his parents has a postbac diploma


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Nathan, 17, in terminal in Val-de-Marne, s' is mainly informed on the Internet, helped by the JobIRL platform. "I would like to do a scientific preparation. If last year my principal teacher used the hour of personalized support to complete her SVT program, that of this year takes us to the CDI to guide us as well as possible", appreciates t -he. The first three words that come to Nathan's mind to describe his future after high school? "Ambition, stressful and fearful."

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