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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Heat wave in Seine-et-Marne. Here is the list of schools that will be closed Thursday and Friday to preserve children

Heat Wave in Seine-et-Marne: List of Schools Closed Thursday and Friday to Preserve Children

The town hall of Melun announces the closure of schools this Thursday and Friday, because of the heat wave. Six other municipalities are currently concerned in Seine-et-Marne. The decision was left to the discretion of the municipalities. Due to the heat wave episode, Melun City Council decided to close the schools of the municipality on Thursday 27 and Friday […]

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D-day for the baccalaureate: the menu of the philo or the French

D-day for the Baccalaureate: On the Menu, Philo and French, with Threat of a strike on Surveillance

While some unions threaten not to monitor the tests, 740 000 candidates spend this morning on philosophy or French tests for the Baccalaureate Today, Monday 17th June, some 740 000 candidates will go through the doors of high schools to sit for their first written test of the baccalaureate, which should take place “normally” according to the […]

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Global Climate Strike, thousands on the streets of France

Climate Strike: Thousands of Young People on the Streets of France

This Friday 24th May, 2019, for the second big day of the global climate strike, thousands of high school students and young people marched through the streets of France. Thousands of young people, including around 15,000 in Paris, were again on the streets of France on Friday 24th May, 2019, as part of of the […]

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Students start receiving offers on Parcousup from May 15th

Parcoursup: The First Results are In, Which is Waiting for Future Students

The end of the school year is becoming clearer as is the future direction of thousands of high school students in France. This May 15th, they will be numerous offers to receive a first answer of Parcoursup. Students preparing to enter higher education will begin to receive answers after their vows have been formulated. Parcousup enters the admission phase on Wednesday […]

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Students demonstrate to call on leaders to take action against climate change on March 15, 2019 in Rome

Climate: The Youth of the World on the Streets to Save the Planet

World Youth is demonstrating this Friday 15th March, 2019 to raise awareness of the climate emergency. Meeting points are organised “in 1769 locations and 112 countries”. Thousands of young people are mobilizing on Friday 15th March, 2019 in several countries of Oceania and Asia to sensitize politicians to climate change, responding to the call made by Swedish Greta […]

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Various organisations will be protesting in France over the next two days

Climate, Police Violence, “Yellow Vests” … What you Need to Know about the Major Climate and Social Mobilisations of Friday and Saturday

PROTESTS: Associations with various demands foresee massive mobilisations on March 15th and 16th. From yellow vests to environmental NGOs to undocumented collectives. And this time, they want to do (partly) common front Two major climate mobilisations are planned this week in France. The global student strike at the call of Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg on Friday, and the Walk […]

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Demonstration of Lyceel students in Marseille on December 11, 2018.

“Black Tuesday” in Lycees: 450 Institutions Disturbed

This Tuesday 11th December, some 470 high schools were disrupted, including sixty blocked by the mobilisation of Lycee students, who demand the abandonment of several reforms. Some 450 high schools were disrupted on Tuesday, December 11,  including sixty blocked, in the context of the call for a “black Tuesday” launched by high school unions , who demand the […]

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Over 750,000 students start their Baccalauréat exams today in France

Baccalauréat: Exams Starts for 753,000 Candidates

This Monday, 753,000 Lycee students of Première or Terminale will take the exam of philosophy or French for the baccalaureate, with the strike at the SNCF in full flow The 750,000 or so baccalaureate candidates , including the youngest candidate in the history of this exam, are preparing to start on Monday on the Philo or French exams , kicks off […]

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