Tuesday, January 24, 2006 Go there you attend a mobilization and the birth of a social movement?

Tuesday, January 24, 2006 Go there you attend a mobilization and the birth of a social movement? The unions, pupils and students call for demonstrations throughout France on February 7 to demand the withdrawal of the first-job contract (CPE) and choosing to take the time to educate young people to achieve mobilization at the height of the challenge. By then, they "will conduct awareness" including January 31 when general meetings will be organized in universities and high school. Yet at the same time, the government chooses to pick up the pace and get his project in parliament precisely January 31 as an amendment. The chief government hopes to overtake the young people who will be difficult to mobilize during the school holidays. Does this move be enough? A matter of time, the stakes are especially in the awareness of young people of the consequences of this project. At present the school, we can go see the side of the Parisian who is always interested in initiatives against violence. Cross also spends a disturbing report about violence in a college Blanc Mesnil. Happy reading and do not forget to buy newspapers … ———————————– ———– Liberation 24/01/06 addict, "my son is my aggressor" Powerless face verbal and physical abuse of a child of 16, this mother was committed to him to leave home. Read more of the article A Marshall Plan for the university by Sylvain Kahn Let’s face it: the recent proposal of the Foundation for Political Innovation to establish a university of Europe in Strasbourg, in the voice of Bronislaw Geremek is elitist, misleading and dangerous. Elitist because it postulates solve the discredit of Europe by creating an institution of excellence in Strasbourg. Misleading because it assumes that European universities is a desert area with few oases are stereotyped universities, compartmentalized within narrow national limits, populated researchers and students sedentary, stationary and disconnected. Dangerous because this university cathedral, like a medieval revival of the great monastic orders, radiate through a network of universities under its authority and disciplined. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 24/01/06 Villepin reaches out to associations at the first national conference of the community life, the Prime Minister proposed to the associations ‘new contract’. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 23/01/06 (delay of one day) 100 000 students under the poverty line by Bruno Julliard, president of the UNEF Today, the situation of young people do not fit the image of Epinal a golden and carefree youth that some continue to convey. The massification and lengthening the duration of studies are sociological forgotten in the development of public policy. The youth is now a new period of life between childhood and access to the first stable job. This age, which should be that of all the possible choices today is that all risks (…) Read the article Miners in the viewfinder of Nicolas Sarkozy’s interior minister wants to toughen the 1945 Ordinance in fact, empty of its educational commitment, accumulating texts repressive vocation. Read more of the article Assocs mobilized "Balance on subsidies: – 25% – 50% and soon – 100%," chanted Saturday in the streets of Metz, the 2000 members and volunteers of Lorraine associations youth and popular education came to demonstrate against "these government decisions, strangling financially associations" as accurate Salvatore La Rocca, director of Carrefour youth organizations and community education. Read more of the article Concern judicial youth protection The main union of the judicial protection of youth, SNPES-PJJ, is concerned about the will of Nicolas Sarkozy to "groom" the 1945 Read following Article ——————————————— ——- Le Parisien on 24/01/06 (paying) the college where one agrees to pick her children LS ARRIVED a little in advance pay for assignment help
, huddled in their coats, dancing to one foot to the other in the lobby of Maurice Utrillo college, Porte de Clignancourt in Paris. Four parents came yesterday for the first time this year … Read More This article is the first book for dyslexic IT STARTS with "Once upon a time" and ends with happily hyper classic "They lived happily ever after" … Except that "Children and the bird" enchanting book, a strange strand, presented today by editions Danger Public / La Martiniere is … Read following the article "Show young people that our Earth is a work of art" Yann Arthus-Bertrand launched the operation in schools sustainability, why? HIS PLATES immortalizing "Earth from Above" went around the world, exposing a large in nearly a hundred countries. Now they will go around the classes of France. This morning at the Robert Doisneau in Montrouge college … Read More Article —————————— —————— the Cross of 24/01/06 school violence in Blanc-Mesnil Several schools in the Paris area are disturbed by school violence problems while the ministry is preparing a new map of classified establishments PTA. [...] On January 10, a student showed up without cause at Paris home of a young teacher. Six days later, word was slipped under the door of the staff room with the threat: "You will all die." The following day, a bomb exploded tear in a gym, while a teacher was made steal his credit card by two students while she was underway. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– 20 minutes from 24/01/06 Violence: 19th of teachers stopped work They feel no longer able to ensure their own safety or that of their students. The majority of teachers of vocational school and regional adapted education institution (Erea) Jean-Jaures, Clavel street (19th), decided yesterday morning to exercise his right of withdrawal to denounce violence on the school premises and lack of resources. The situation deteriorated there ten days. "An education assistant and a teacher were physically assaulted. A student threatened a fellow student with a knife in the playground. And during the lunch break, a canteen narrowly avoided a pier pile by one of the students’ [...] Read more of the article Bordeaux: Parents protest against school mapping "Our children are" homeless college, "and we can not accept it. "Bertrand Dubois, father of Farges-Saint-Hilaire, donned the garb of spokesman yesterday morning to express anger of parents to representatives of the General Council. It is currently studying possible changes to the school board for college next fall, to relieve some saturated institutions. Read more of the article Marseille: The secondary tightens its belt More instits and fewer teachers. The rectory Friday presented teacher assignments for the beginning of September 2006 at the Academy of Aix-Marseille. As announced by the unions, the secondary that should tighten their belts: with 1 900 students in less (about 243,000 in total), Aix-Marseille loses 37 teachers. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— West of France 24/01/06 Faced with me, Tom, a "captain" 12 300 000 child soldiers have been reported worldwide. Western armies are beginning to question those fighters who undermine their ethics. Captain Eric La Presle was confronted with children in arms in summer 2003, the Democratic Republic of Congo. It testifies. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— Le Monde 24/01/06 France is wrong welcomes foreign students in industrialized countries with persistent demographic deficit, foreign students have the advantage of addressing the economic needs and maintaining channels academics whose numbers are declining. While most of the countries widely assumed, France brand "strong prevention regarding this phenomenon," said a study by the Economic and Social Council (CES) released Monday, 23 January. Read more of the article What we have learned about the nights of November Hugues Lagrange, sociologist’re riots in November 2005 a novelty in France. The similar episodes have never had this extension either in time or in space. Those in the early 1980s wore for policy, notably through what was happening in the neighborhoods of Lyon. Those of the early 1990s marked a break with the left and municipal institutions. Then we experienced two phases of diffuse urban violence. The first, from 1993 to 1997, sees the clash with police youth harden. In the second, from 1998 to 2002, violence is sinking into crime: this is the time of fights between gangs, the development of violence against girls. The nights in November marked a return to the political requirement. Most minor players in these riots are not known to police, and 20% followed by the judicial authorities are in half of the cases in respect of children in danger, family problems. If there were serious acts like penalty shot gun, violence against people – sometimes criminal – we are not in a crime episode. Looting were few. The youths burned gyms or schools first because they were the most accessible institutions to their anger. [...] The November rioters sent a desperate message that emerged from such legitimacy it brought in less than ten days the authorities to reverse their own policy (financing associations, boarding schools, scholarships). We do not take the measure of the November riots if we do not ask how young neighborhoods can regain self-esteem. The law of return is precarious. If we want to renew the son must create another work of the police, rebuilt associative mediation, establish a new solidarity of the better endowed urban spaces. Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur permanent 24/01/06 colonization: six in ten French for the "positive role" According to CSA, six in ten believe that the mention of the positive role of French colonization must actually be included in school curricula. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- Express daily 24/01/06 Cities: the misfortune of being gay humiliations, insults, beatings, rape … in some neighborhoods, homosexuals live an ordeal. Especially young people of North African origin [...] Read more of the article ——————————— ————————– A selection from the 24/01/06 dispatches A college Bagnolet occupied 24h / 24h to support its teachers mobilized a teacher, a mother and a supervisor held Monday night Labor College Gatehouse in Bagnolet (Seine-Saint-Denis), echoing the mobilization of the teachers of this institution where a teacher was assaulted on 17 January was a journalist of personal AFP.Les and parents decided at a general meeting to be organized "in time" to occupy "day and night" entrance of the college, they wrote in a statement sent AFP they require the additional satisfaction means requests made by teachers. Read more of the article for a French place "significant" foreign languages ??in schools More than one in two French estimated that up "important" should be given to the learning of foreign languages ??in schools school, according to an Ifop poll published in "Dimanche Ouest-France". In total, 55% of respondents believe that learning should be "important", while they are 33% think it should be "priority." Seven percent of respondents argue for a place "important but no more" be granted. They are only 5% to request that it be "secondary". Moreover, 48% of French say "understand about" English, but "not really speak fluently." They are 34% admit to not speak and does not understand it at all, while 6% understand and speak fluently the language of Shakespeare. Read more of the article and Olin Robien launched an exhibition on sustainable development in schools Ministers of Ecology and Education, Nelly Olin and Gilles de Robien, opened Tuesday morning in Montrouge (Hauts-de- Seine), an exhibition dedicated to sustainable development, to be presented in 50,000 primary schools, colleges and French schools. Read more from the article "Textbook scapegoat?": Publishers bristle Fifteen educational publishers deplore the attacks against textbooks and say they "can not be considered responsible for all the problems of society aujourd ‘hui charged to the School ", in a joint statement Tuesday. "Whether it’s anti-Semitism, the memory of slavery or colonization, the place of women in society or illiteracy in France, it happens more than a day without textbooks are attacked publicly. they become responsible for all the ills of society, easy scapegoats, "they write. Read more of the article A Night Occupy movement colleges born in Seine-Saint-Denis Teachers and educational staff of Seine-Saint-Denis decided to occupy their colleges at night, sometimes with the help of relatives to manifest other than the strike, their opposition to government policy. Read more of the article Sarkozy: one minister for culture and education Nicolas Sarkozy has called for the consolidation of Culture, Communication and Education under the aegis of "one department" during a UMP convention on culture, in Paris on Tuesday. Regretting that France has "so many ministries," the president of the UMP suggested that "the Minister of Culture is also responsible for Education". In this way, "art education is a priority." Read more of the article CPE: the students of the LDIFs call to action January 31 Independent and Democratic Federation schoolgirl (LDIFs) called Tuesday in a statement to "actions and rallies" January 31, day which the national Assembly will begin consideration of the bill on the CPE (first job Contract) and learning to 14 years. Read more of the article CPE: Students and unions call for demonstrations on February 7 In a joint statement, the UNEF, the UNL (primary and high school student unions), the CGT, CFDT, FO, CFTC, FSU and UNSA, Tuesday called their "local structures in joint events on February 7 on a single slogan: withdrawal of the CPE" no strike call. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- for more VousNousIls the site (Section education dispatches AFP) AFP dispatches on lesite Voila.fr the Yahoo News website under the house education teachers teaching the essential coffee Posted by Watrelot on Tuesday, January 24, 2006