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Thursday, January 7, 2010 Contest (1) – Competition (2) …

Thursday, January 7, 2010 Contest (1) – Competition (2) …

Thursday, January 7, 2010 Contest (1) – Competition (2) … – anxiety Market – Absences – Competition (1) The controversy on the stock quotas in schools continues but has moved. As we announced yesterday, critics are now focused on the entrance exam to large ecoles.Ceux will emphasize mastery of foreign languages ??and general culture. This makes, according to many critics, too socially discriminating contest to allow a real opening of schools. As noted in an article in Le Monde, a young, which could make language travel, visit museums or the family library, is more likely to succeed a great school contest than who grew up in a disadvantaged background . To the Commissioner for Diversity Sabeg, the general culture and French tests would be more discriminating. In 2006, they accounted for nearly a third of the note at Sciences Po and 15% HEC, ESSEC and ESCP. On this basis, Luc Chatel, Minister of Education, and Valerie Pecresse, his counterpart in charge of higher education, must ensure that "think about the competitions contents". Parallel to the mission entrusted by the government on 23 November, the two inspections of the Ministry of Education on the same question, the Conference des Grandes Ecoles (CGE) has launched its own investigation to establish an inventory of "tests supposedly "socially" selective ". An analysis protocol was adopted with six main contest operators to dissect the ranking of five years. "We expect the results for the second quarter, says Pierre Aliphat, managing director of CGE They provide the basis for reflection on the competition. Will he modify certain events, certain coefficients he Will delete? events, add new ones? Everything is open. " All but "without sacrificing intellectual ambition," warns the CGE. For Valerie Pecresse "should reflect on events that would enhance the intensity of the course the young, his real merit, the route done by a young person who has been helped by his parents, who went to school in PTA is to of greater intensity "as noted Laurence Albert in Les Echos.. at INSA-Lyon as Essec, analyzes have shown that students from disadvantaged backgrounds often most successful organized oral intake after first dam written. Should develop as desired by Valerie Pecresse? "it is impractical to hold an oral from eligibility for 4,400 candidates at Essec," warns Chantal Dardelet, ESSEC. " an interview conducted well cost us an average of 100 euros. to audition the 12,000 candidates for the various Insa, we would need 1.2 million! "adds Alain Storck, head of INSA-Lyon. Maybe the solution would be d e diversifying recruitment channels next preparatory classes and the competition "classic". For example, more and more schools open parallel competitions for graduate students (BTS, license, DUT …), which are biased to oral motivation and folders. On this issue, it is interesting to read on his blog, the opinion of Claude Thelot. For good connoisseur of the education system, we must expand access by contest to schools. Both quantitatively (by increasing the number of seats) and qualitatively (assessing new skills and changing the competition). In advocating this double widening access to competitions, he joined the opinion expressed yesterday by sociologist Christian Baudelot in Rue89 and Inrocks. He said there "The first step to take before dealing in the stock is multiplied by two or three the numbers of schools. Already it would air a call. Talk about the number of fellows, it’s the media buzz and once again, we talk about schools. But this is the last place to talk about, since everything is already played at this level. "Competition (2) … The reform of this contest makes less noise than large schools, but yet it is much more important. The official newspaper published Wednesday, January 6 a series of decrees defining the contest of the first and second degree (links are collected on a page of the Ministry of Education). Apart Pedagogical Cafe, it is unfortunate to note that newspapers and news sites do not talk about it. For detailed analysis of competition (especially in the secondary) shows that the educational and professional dimension is almost absent from the oral and the written word. We only find references to a "knowledge of the education system" (10 minutes in the oral CAPES SES …). As competition determine the semblance of training provided M2, this shows that what worried many stakeholders in education is happening. Teaching is not a profession that is learned … It would be enough to own (I was going to write "master" but that is irrelevant) knowledge to teach. Repeat, this is a real contradiction between a high school reform that is put in place devices requiring more education and a changing business and reform the training retrograde and dictated by shortsighted budget targets . How to ask teachers with strict disciplinary training and without any pedagogical thinking, team work and to accompany or "tutorer" the students? anxiety Market In The Express.fr, one can read an interesting survey on "The Business of academic success." In this business, there are industry giants like Acadomia announcing 350 million in revenue, but also "little course". Thus, the preceptors, college teachers and high school group, stationed in private schools in the Lyon area, they opened an independent structure storefront. Since the last school year, they declared self-entrepreneurs. Once completed their day’s official class, they join an office where they give lessons billed 30 euros an hour. Other providers to invest more questionable legitimacy market Groupama, Mondial Assistance and Adecco, insurance companies and temporary work, and away from their core business. The Swiss group Adecco has opened a "site personalized academic support" open to all employees. As noted by L’Express, it now exists in the labor market and thus also in school, such a climate of competition that private companies are invading the market where demand is very strong. More than a "business success", it is actually a market anxiety … your missing teacher on the Internet "Mini controversy in Sartrouville. In recent months, says Le Parisien, the Romain Rolland college Sartrouville maintains a list of absent teachers on its website. The establishment document identifies teachers off long-term sickness, maternity or study leave via a monthly schedule: Click the month, then the day you want, and the names of absent teachers, without giving any reason, to appear everyone. Information duty or unhealthy public unpacking? For the principal of the college, the initiative has no other purpose than to facilitate parents’ lives. "It’s a way to blame the teachers, to make them bear the burden of their absence does one analysis SNES Yvelines. It is preferred to deliver names the mob rather than address the real problem: the positions that remain vacant for lack of replacements. ". "This kind of information should be restricted to single parents, and therefore protected by a password," the judge Yvelines academy inspector. Today, in any case, the site was unavailable. Good reading… ——————————————— – Liberation.fr of 07/01/10 (some paid items) Nothing seen … —————————— ————— Le Figaro 07/01/10 Nothing seen … ———————- ————————— the Monde.fr of 07/01/10 Terms with secularism in Chavagnes-les-Eaux Chavagnes- les-Eaux capital of private education. If in France, one in two pupils through private education between kindergarten and the end, this large village of 1000 inhabitants of the Maine-et-Loire explodes statistics since then 100% of children zap from one system to the the other between maternal and CM2. Read more of the article schools encouraged to rethink their contest The entrance examination for colleges emerged in recent days as the number one enemy of equal opportunities in France. Since the management schools and engineering schools have indicated that they would not hear of a quota of 30% of stock by schools, critics fall like halberds on the citadel of the student elitism, including on the door that protects access: the contest entry. Read More Article This right that dares shake the institutions of the elite battlefield Funny. In the arena confront the one hand, representatives of schools, on the other, three ministers of a government of the right, which one (or rather one, since it is Valerie Pecresse, Minister of higher education) is derived from two of the most prestigious schools, HEC and ENA. Read more of the article Pierre Tapie, an X-Insead in the heart of the controversy rough Back to Pierre Tapie. The controversy has propelled to the front of the stage just elected this president of the Conference of schools, also managing director of Essec, the prestigious business school of Cergy-Pontoise. Elected by his peers June 9, 2009, Pierre Tapie declines perfect CV: Polytechnic, biophysics doctorate in Orsay, MBA at Insead while following theological studies at the Catholic Institute of Paris. It then directs practicing Catholic Purpan School of Agronomy, linked to the Catholic Institute of Toulouse. Read more of the article Reforming schools or university? by Guy Burgel, a professor at the University of Paris Ouest-Nanterre La Defense, author of "University, a French misery" (Hachette, 2006). The controversy is committed by Press interposed between the director of Sciences Po and the Conference of Grandes Ecoles about quotas for equity in their entrance examinations, shows trouble opinions before the structural crisis of the higher education and the disorientation of political families. Known for his progressive ideas, Richard Descoings is a vehement defender of the policy announced by the Minister of Higher Education, at the risk of impersonating dreadful reactionaries all the ins large schools, where one typically has a good proportion of free spirits, rather classified left. The reality is obviously more complex and less Manichean. Read more of the article of the absurd quota by Sebastien Fath historian, researcher at CNRS (Laboratory Group companies religions Laicites) France, 2025. Whether it was hard! But finally, lobbying of the liberal right and left communitarian paid. Now the honor division soccer teams will be entitled to an access 30% quota in the selection of the team of France. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 07/01/10 (a day late) Colleges, bad students? Faced with the refusal expressed by the Conference of schools, increase the stock of quotas for young people from poor neighborhoods, fuse critics. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien (some paid items) of 07/01/10 discrimination Chatel target competitions of schools social discrimination is more than ever central to the debate on education. After the stock quotas in schools, it is now the competition of these schools are in the viewfinder of the government. Read more of the article displays its college teachers absent on the Internet You are pay someone to do math homework
now? Well. You are absent ? It’s going to know. In recent months, the Romain Rolland college Sartrouville maintains a list of absent teachers on its website. The listed property REP (priority education network, former PTA) document identifies teachers off long-term illness, maternity or study leave via a monthly schedule: Click the month, then the day you want, and the names of absent teachers, without giving any reason, appear to everyone. Information duty or unhealthy public unpacking? For the principal of the college, the initiative has no other purpose than to facilitate parents’ lives. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– the Cross of Nothing seen … 07/01/10 ——————————– —————- echoes (some paid items) of 07/01/10 Colleges: controversy will accelerate reforms jack target, the Conference of schools persists and signs she will not be subject to 30% of stock per school. Instead, it reflects on a possible reform of the contest. The question is how should evolve trials. Read more of the article The social elevator down elite establishments. That’s fifteen years the number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds allowed in schools can no longer move. Read more of the article Beautiful ruckus on schools Editorial Jean-Claude Hazera It is customary to lament the lack of serenity too some heated debates and even harmfulness. We will not say much one raised by the negative reaction of the leaders of schools, revealed on December 28 by "Les Echos", a hypothetical 30% quota of scholarship students that could be imposed. Whatever its excesses, this debate is healthy because it addresses a real issue on which France must move forward one way or another: social diversity recruiting schools, including the largest, has not progressed and has tended to decline. Those who refuse this debate "ignore the rumbling that comes from the company’s background," just write Alain Minc and Francois Pinault in a perspective of a rare vivacity sent to the newspaper "Le Monde". Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– 07/01/10 20 minutes from the Lyon school canteens saturate restaurants overflowing. Since Monday, the parents of Meynis school in Lyon (3rd), must support the children at lunchtime when the canteen full. Until then, all schools of the city, priority was given to school children with two working parents, families with low incomes and single parents. But now, even they are not assured of a spot everyday. Read more of the article Priority to children of workers The payslip, sesame to the school canteen? "The school asked to provide a copy of the parents’ payslips earlier this year, to warrant a good job," says a young mother in Bordeaux. As in many cities in France, school meals is reserved primarily for children whose both parents work. They represent 72.6% of 13,412 registered. With one or two relative (s) unemployed, the proportion drops to 4.4% and 4.8% respectively. Read more of the article in Lille on overworked staff face Attendance In Lille, it is also the tidal wave in school canteens. Since the halving of the price of the meal, in September 2008, attendance has increased by 18%. And the phenomenon is particularly marked in the neighborhoods. What delight the mayor, Martine Aubry (PS), who had made a campaign promise. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Rue89 of 07/01/10 30% stock in large schools. The winning university? By Jean-Frederic Schaub, Director of Studies at the EHESS The polemic around the target of 30% of equity among students in schools requires some general remarks about the duality universities / colleges (and the need for terminate). […] the integration of some schools in academic groupings in progress (PRES), the creation of preparatory classes for the school competition in some universities (that is to say, just in high schools), and now displaying a target of 30% of stock from the ranks of students in schools: all steps of a process of convergence that is just beginning. Read more of the article Helping stock for competitions, it works Should 30% equity in the schools? No, says the Conference of Grandes Ecoles (CGE), because the quotas could involve a lower level of graduates. An argument that is not obvious and returns to the table every time he comes to quotas. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– West of France 07/01/10 quotas. "It’s good if it helps to put the debate," Patrick Le Floch, Director of the Institute of Political Studies (IEP), Rennes Read more of the article "An authoritarian quota is not the solution," Jean -Pierre Helfer. Director of the school Audencia in Nantes and Chairman of the Committee for Diversity CGE. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Le Journal du Dimanche 07/01/10 Scholars: the debate swells debate on schools is launched. While the directors of these institutions refuse the principle of equity quotas on entry, Alain Minc and Francois Pinault Wednesday lambasted behavior "reactionary". Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur permanent 07/01/10 Claude Bartolone: ??"the state departments asphyxia" Interview the State Council gives notice to the government to fund child protection. Claude Bartolone, President of the General Council of Seine-Saint-Denis, declares victory, and hopes that this decision will prevent a "departmental social security" replaces national solidarity. Read more of the article Valerie Pecresse prefer free quotas for equity Minister of Higher Education proposes that the registration fees for entrance examinations to schools are free to stock from June 2010. Read more of the article —————————————- Express 07/01/10 .fr the business school success Without tutoring, sometimes from the PC, no salvation! The government wants to set up stock quotas in schools while parents pay-for-all for the education of their children. To the delight of pharmacies privees.- More Article ——————————— ————- on 07/01/10 the Pedagogical Cafe tests future competitions published in OJ the Official Journal of 6 January issued a series of decrees defining the contest of the first and second degree (PE, aggregation, capes, capet, PLP, EPC). For the Department, this contest went under second year of master, sanction vocational training. "Students preparing teachers competitions are gradually aware of careers in teaching," they say Rue de Grenelle. Once they have successfully validated their competitions and year of M1 (or M2 from 2011), the winners are assigned to an institution. But the analysis of events shows that they do not relate to professional knowledge. Read more of the article Reforming counterproductive Editorial Francois Jarraud Establishment against the advice of all, the reform of teacher training induces doubt on the government’s education policy. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — Mediapart (fee) of 07/01/10 Nothing seen … ——————————- ————— EducPros of 07/01/10 "the schools should influence their selection procedures" according to Claude Thelot in a post titled Expanding access to schools through competition, Claude Thelot, EducPros blogger and former President of the Commission of the national debate on the future of the school (2003-2004), believes that schools should influence their selection procedures. Changing competition tests he said is necessary, but not in any condition. Gender candidates must be preserved. Read more of the article Mastering: new competition in OJ Decrees establishing the organizational arrangements recruitment competitions for teachers of the first and second levels are published in the OJ of 6 January 2010. Seven texts and define the events for the recruitment of key educational advisors (CPE), aggregate, of secondary teachers, teachers of technical education, teachers of vocational education, PE teachers and school teachers. The eligibility tests of new teacher recruitment competition will be held in September 2010 (for the recruitment of school teachers) and November 2010 (to recruit certified teachers). Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- a selection in dispatches of Schools 07/01/10: CNAL denounces attacks on secularism in a village Angevin a delegation of the National secular Action Committee (CNAL) moved Thursday in Chavagnes-les-Eaux (Maine-et-Loire) to denounce the public-private compulsory alternation for primary school students, according to information gathered by AFP. Read more of the article Three unions call a "rethinking" of evaluations in CE1 and CM2 Three teachers unions of primary schools (SNUipp-FSU, SE-UNSA and CFDT Sgen) asked Thursday to Minister national Education Luc Chatel of "to overhaul" the current system of evaluating school CE1 and CM2 to take the criticism into account. Read more article Engineering schools ensure that they will soon have 30% of fellows The Conference of the Directors of French Engineering Schools (CDEFI) expressed confidence in a statement Thursday in preparation for these schools to achieve the target of 30% of stock "in the next few years" by "recognizing the efforts of the government" in the matter. Read more of the article schools should already increase their workforce (sociologist) The schools should "already increase their workforce" because they are "only" not to have done, but democratization must begin actually from primary, according to an interview sociologist Christian Baudelot to websites Rue 89 and lesinrocks.com. Read more of the article Pecresse wants free health assistance to schools for scholarship Minister of Higher Education Valerie Pecresse said Thursday on RTL wish for June 2010 free of entrance examinations to the schools for students stock, to encourage pupils from modest backgrounds to try these elitist sectors. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- This work is licensed under a Creative Commons license. Posted by Watrelot on Thursday, January 7, 2010