Two weeks after an unprecedented mobilization mixing teachers and parents of students and less than one hundred days of the presidential election, Jean-Michel Blanquer plays the map of the appeasement.
This is the path of caution that will have carried away. Fifteen days after unprecedented mobilization mixing teachers and parents of students in the same denunciation of the management of the health crisis at school, the Minister of Education announced, Friday, January 28, a postponement of so-called “specialty tests “Bachelor’s degree.
Originally programmed from 14 to 16 March, these writings, which are worth a third of the final score of the Reformed Examination, will take place from 11 to 13 May. Two months of earned to “preserve it serenely” and “preserve equal treatment” between the candidates, after a new sawn tooth year because of the CVIV-19, defend rue de Grenelle, where the On the same Friday, there were more than 500,000 positive positive pupils at CVIV-19 for the last seven days and 21,000 classes closed.
At the out of a meeting with the different stakeholders, the Minister of Education, who’s torn in recent weeks for his repeated communication errors, played the map of appeasement: “We thought a lot, we have Much listened, he put forward, with compass the interest of the students. “
” This is the least bad solutions “
It’s not just the schedule that is relaxed; The preparation of the tests is also. The “Day J”, the baccalaureate candidates will be offered an expanded choice of questions or exercises. They will compose on the initial programs – in other words, those supposed to be curly in March – and will be able to devote themselves to the revisions of the two days preceding their convocation.
For high school students, the change is lower: if the upcoming internship periods are reduced by two weeks, their tests retain the same format and program. Students of 1 re “see the number of texts to be presented to the oral reduced to 16 in the general way, against 20 so far, and 9 in the technological path instead of 12.
Developments to bring to credit from the teaching movement? In the circles of teachers, where we had made “postponement” of the tests one of the following words of the three days of mobilization of 13, 20 and 27 January, the relief was to put on Friday. “We have finally managed to save time for our students,” says Sophie Venetiy, Secretary General of SNES-FSU, the majority union in high school. “It’s the least wrong”, reacts in the same vein Catherine Nave Bekhti, General Secretary of the SGEN-CFDT. “We are satisfied with announcements that lower pressure on students and colleagues,” says Sébastien Old, SNALC. A state of mind shared by the CIPF’s parents who accommodates an “indispensable preparation equality for students who have passed once again a difficult year with a pedagogical discontinuity.” All also salute ads made “to education professionals first” – and not by press as was the case for the “Ibiza Protocol”, on the eve of the start of January.
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