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Lucrèce, the pre-teens’ best friend

This document was created and certified by IGS-CP, Charente (16) / IGS-CP Lucretia may bear the obsolete first name of a Roman patrician, whose tragic death would have precipitated the advent of the Republic, she is a pre-adolescent girl well anchored in her time: she lives in a blended family and has a mobile phone […]

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Conflans-Sainte-Honorine attack: when the freedom to teach is under attack

Shock, anger, indignation … Honorary Inspector General Jean-Pierre Obin (1) is however not so surprised the day after the Conflans-Sainte-Honorine attack which cost the life of a professor of he 47-year-old history-geography, beheaded in the middle of the street for having recently shown his students a caricature of the prophet Mohammed. “Since an issue of […]

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Autonomy in children, a new injunction?

From parenting magazine pages delivering tips for making your child independent, to National Education circulars urging students to encourage student autonomy, to report card remarks congratulating this ability or sanctioning its apparent defect, this educational standard reigns supreme. all over. During the confinement, which has forced millions of children to “look after”, families were delighted […]

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Autism: what has changed over the past two years

What has changed on the autism front in two years? What are the notable advances since the launch in 2018 of the new national autism strategy? This is what presented, Monday, September 28, Sophie Cluzel, Secretary of State for disabled people, and Claire Compagnon, interministerial delegate for this file. A 72-page document in the form […]

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Catholic education loses students

Catholic education was scrutinizing a possible Covid effect on its registrations. And indeed, almost everywhere, unusual withdrawals occurred during the summer. “It affects all the territories a bit”, specifies Secretary General Philippe Delorme, who held a press conference Thursday, September 24 in Paris. “This mainly concerns some of the most fragile families but also parents […]

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How to instill critical thinking in students?

The cross : Ten years ago, you launched “intellectual self-defense” workshops for student volunteers. Why this initiative? Sophie Mazet: It started with a light idea at the start. I had discovered an American satirical newspaper playing on false information and offered a game to the students: decipher the false information that I was going to […]