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School bullying, testifying to rebuild

In November 2010, the national day against school bullying did not exist. Jonathan Destin, student of 3e in Marquette-lez-Lille (North), was then subjected to harassment which would lead him a little later to set himself on fire. He will narrowly escape. Today, while this Thursday, November 5, the day against bullying, it is a young […]

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Pupils find school in a leaden context

While this re-entry is marked by terrorism and the health crisis, in what state of mind are children and adolescents approaching re-entry? There are the placid and the stressed. So, while she is going to find her class of 3e in Paris, Louise wonders. “With winter time, it will be dark when we go out. […]

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Caricatures: Keys for Parents and Teachers

Did you know that the word “caricature” comes from the Gallic carrus, char, word which in popular Latin gave the verb caricare, charge, exaggerate? The National Library of France sheds light on this etymology in a Quick History of Caricature published online this week with a series of documentary resources around this topical subject. → […]

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Homage to Samuel Paty: history teachers facing history

During the holidays, Fabien Mione, 38, talked a lot with his colleagues on different Whatsapp groups. “ Shocked »By the appalling assassination of Samuel Paty, professor of history and geography like him, this associate who teaches at the François-Villon college, classified as a priority education zone in the 11e arrondissement of Marseille, felt the need […]

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Paul Airiau, the teacher and secularism

We had promised ourselves to give news of La Grange-aux-Belles, this Parisian college whose first month of classes we had reported at the end of September against a background of Covid. We had planned to introduce Paul Airiau, one of his oldest teachers, at the end of the All Saints holidays. Without imagining for a […]