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Covid-19: young people facing the pandemic, four testimonies

The health, economic and social crisis is hitting young people hard, especially high school students and students. During the second confinement, 41% of 18-24 year olds declared to suffer from anxiety disorders and 40% from depressive disorders, according to an INSV / MGEN survey. → READ. Covid-19: “sanitary pass”, open windows, psychiatric package at the […]

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Containment: the conquest of space

“No more telecommuting for today. There are 32 minutes left before 7 p.m., I suggest you take a walk down the street. These are the kind of Kafkaesque phrases I never imagined speaking in front of my children. Over the past year, our family geography has shrunk dramatically. Assigned to residence, we made unexpected savings […]

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Home schooling, why such a fiasco?

Bis repetita just over a year apart. Confinement requires, the students have lessons at home. And the infrastructures are struggling to keep up. Tuesday April 6, for the first day of distance learning, major malfunctions prevented many schoolchildren, college and high school students from accessing their ENT (digital workspace) or the platforms of the Cned […]

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Closing of schools, mothers propelled again on all fronts

Fatiha and her friends are discussing in front of the Épinettes school in Issy-les-Moulineaux (Hauts-de-Seine). The day after Emmanuel Macron’s announcements, they talk about organization, teleworking and express trips to the grandparents. Overall, however, they are reassured: the measures announced on March 31 are “Less restrictive” than expected. → PRACTICAL. Covid-19: school closures, how to […]

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Covid-19: school closures, what impact on students?

Under the pressure of the virus, Emmanuel Macron ended up announcing the closure of schools, along with an alignment of holidays, all areas combined, from April 10 to 26. Expected or feared, these measures appear, for the time being, to be very limited in time. Because, taking into account the holiday Easter Monday, schoolchildren, in […]

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2020, the year that changed our homes

Roofing, insulation, painting… David has been busy in his house for a year. The 40-year-old from the Ile-de-France region is certainly a handyman, but the successive confinements and curfews have accentuated his natural inclination. “Some work was already planned but it was accelerated and deepened because we simply had more time to fine-tune. Instead of […]

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Covid-19: keeping schools open, a French “exception”

“A French exception [dont] there is every reason to be proud. “ This is how Jean-Michel Blanquer commented, Tuesday, March 2, on France Inter, the strategy of keeping schools open since September, where many countries have chosen, at one time or another, to re-define children. and adolescents. Historian Claude Lelièvre thus calculated that in one […]