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 return to school after the deconfinement is "a success", according to the Rector of Normandy

Deconfinement: Back to School, “A Success” According to the President of Normandy

The president of Normandy Christine Gavini-Chevet returned to the start of the new schools and colleges after the deconfinement, during a press conference Friday 15th May 2020. Since May 11th, 2020, and the start of deconfinement, the gradual resumption of lessons has taken place in schools in Normandy. “This recovery of students is really a success,” said Christine Gavini-Chevet, rector of the Normandy […]

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Back to school in small groups at Lalo-Clément school in Lille.

Deconfinement in Lille: “I’m Happy to Find my Friends”, The Comeback to School for 2,000 Children from Lille

DECONFINEMENT: A few days after the teachers, it was the children who found their way back to school in Lille The second start of the year. Thursday morning, in Lille and throughout France, many children returned to school two months after the closure of all schools due to the coronavirus epidemic. For this return to post-confinement, drastic health rules have been put […]

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Suspected Covid-19 case in a school in Fécamp: back to school disrupted

Suspected Covid-19 Case in a School in Fécamp: Back to School DFisrupted

The Jean-Macé nursery school in Fécamp was closed on Thursday 14th May 2020, after the suspicion of a case of Covid-19 at its principal Elementary school Last minute: The result of the Covid-19 test of the director of the nursery school is negative, announced the academy of Rouen Friday, May 15, 2020. The school should therefore […]

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Covid-19: Edouard Philippe announces aid of 200 euros for precarious young people

Covid-19: Edouard Philippe Announces Aid of 200 Euros for Precarious Young People

During his speech in the Senate on Monday, the Prime Minister promised aid to 800,000 young people: students who have lost their jobs and young people who touch the APL. 800,000 people under the age of 25 will be affected. This Monday 4th May 2020, Prime Minister Edouard Philippe, during his speech on deconfinement in the Senate, announced exceptional assistance […]

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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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"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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Students bear the brunt of the effects of confinement and must adapt to new government announcements. A heavy mental burden to bear for many of them.

Confinement: Isolated, Stressed, Demotivated … The Cry of Distress of French Students

The postponement of exams, due to the coronavirus pandemic, generates additional stress for many French students. Three of them testify. They move as best they can in thick fog. Since the introduction of containment in France, many students feel left to their own devices. Kept away from amphitheatres, university libraries, and their fellow students, forced to adapt to the change of program, the […]

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An American university checks the presence of students with an application

An American University Checks the Presence of Students with an Application

SURVEILLANCE: The establishment has been the subject of numerous criticisms For many universities, attendance at classes is not compulsory. It is a way of empowering students. But some do not share this policy, including the University of Missouri in the United States. The American academic institution has recently implemented a more modern system than pencil and paper to know which […]

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What will happen on the 1st February with Brexit

Brexit: What Will Really Change from Saturday?

The United Kingdom officially leaves the European Union this Friday 31st January 2020, at midnight French time. Small, non-exhaustive tour of what Brexit will induce for expatriates, students, travellers, their animals, etc. This January 31, at midnight French time, the United Kingdom officially leaves the European Union. But the effects of Brexit (for British exit) will, in reality, be hardly […]

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