22 schools in France closed because of coronavirus Covid-19

Covid-19: 22 Schools and a Hundred Classes Already Closed

Among the 22 schools closed since the start of the school year due to positive cases of Covid-19, 10 are in metropolitan France, announces the Minister of National Education. The Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer announced on Europe 1 that to date, 22 schools were closed in France , as well as a hundred classes , due to proven cases of Covid-19 . There are 10 closures in […]

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More than 80% of school children and 75% of middle school students returned to school

Deconfinement: More than 80% of School Children and 75% of College Students Returned to School

EDUCATION: “The goal is for 100% of school children and college students” to return, announced Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer A large majority, but not all. More than 80% of schoolchildren and almost 75% of middle school students have returned to school since Monday in most academies, after three months of home schooling for some because of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the […]

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Students will be able to return to colleges and Lycees from the 2nd June

Education: All Colleges and Lycees will Reopen on June 2nd, French Oral Cancelled

Jean-Michel Blanquer, the Minister of National Education, returned to the terms of the return to middle and Lycees from June 2nd, as well as the baccalaureate. “The reopening of schools is a social priority”. This Thursday 28th May 2020, the Minister of National Education Jean-Michel Blanquer, took stock of the situation of schools, colleges and lycees, during […]

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The Minister of Education presented Tuesday, April 21, 2020 the plans studied to allow a return to schools after May 11.

Back to School by Class, Number of Students… Jean-Michel Blanquer Details the Back-to-School Plans

The Minister of Education presented this Tuesday 21st April 2020 the plans with the aim of reopening schools from May 11th, date of the start of deconfinement. The Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer was interviewed by videoconference this Tuesday 21st April 2020 before the Committee on Cultural Affairs and Education of the National Assembly.  The Minister presented the […]

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Return to school will be gradual, according to the Minister of National Education

Confinement: School Will Not be Compulsory on May 11th, announces Jean-Michel Blanquer

This Tuesday 14th April 2020, the Minister of National Education indicated that the return to school will be gradual after confinement. “The return to school will be gradual. ” In the aftermath of Emmanuel Macron’s televised intervention, the Minister of National Education Jean-Michel Blanquer clarified on France 2, this Tuesday 14th April 2020, the terms of end of confinement […]

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The 2020 baccalaureate will not be cancelled, but it will be validated by continuous assessment.

The Baccalaureate and the Brevet will be Validated by Continuous Monitoring, announces Jean-Michel Blanquer

The Minister of Education, specified this Friday the modalities of the exams planned in June, namely the baccalaureate, the brevet and the diplomas of the professional tracks. “The bac 2020 will not take place under normal conditions” because of the confinement, had warned Thursday evening, during a special broadcast on TF1 and LCI, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe. Continuous or partial control, postponement of tests … […]

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"Between 5 and 8% of Students" Cannot Follow Courses Remotely, According to Jean-Michel Blanquer

Coronavirus: “Between 5 and 8% of Students” Cannot Follow Courses Remotely, According to Jean-Michel Blanquer

EDUCATION: Jean-Michel Blanquer also announced the establishment of a free distance learning support system during the Easter holidays Two weeks after closing schools to fight coronavirus, “between 5 and 8% of students” were “lost” by their teachers, who can not reach them to ensure the desired “educational continuity”, estimated Jean- Michel Blanquer, the Minister of National Education, this Tuesday […]

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Bac: "all students will have their results Friday," says Jean-Michel Blanquer

Bac: “All Students will have their Results Friday,” says Jean-Michel Blanquer

After having gone on strike for the supervision of the Philo test, professors refuse to seize the notes of the candidates but also, for some, to return the copies. The Minister of Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, assured Wednesday that “all” candidates for the baccalaureate would have their results Friday 5th  July 2019, as planned, despite the strike of some of […]

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The Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer at the National Assembly, February 12, 2019 in Paris.

The School Act Blanquer: The Assembly Widely Adopts the Text

At the origin of lively debates, the first bill of the Macron government on education was voted by a large majority of MPs at first reading on Tuesday. Compulsory instruction from 3 years, teaching assignments entrusted to some supervisors, but also flags in the classroomsand same-sex parenting : after a week of often lively debates, the Assembly adopted on […]

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1800 posts are to lost in Education in France

Suppression of 1800 Positions in National Education by 2019

The Minister of National Education Jean-Michel Blanquer announced Sunday, the removal of 1800 posts by 2019 and the increase in the budget of 850 million euros. 1800 posts will be abolished next year in the National Education, “that is to say 0.2% of the jobs of the ministry”. But its budget will be increased by 850 million euros, or […]

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