This is his first trip with the President of the Republic, his first real appearance since taking office.
Portrait. Pap Andyaye, a historian head of national education
It’s time for this historian, the director of the Museum of Immigration History, to put on his ministerial attire. Frightened by the criticism of his appointment for his supposed link with the “awakened” ideas, this intellectual began to make his mark on the head of the national education system, a very single house, without much experience of the political apparatus.
“A Ministry of Crisis … and the Long Term”
“It’s both a crisis ministry and a long-term ministry.” Luke analyzes Chattel, who was in this position under Nicolas Sarkozy. “The Ministry of Crisis, because 12 million students and 1 million agents, statistically, you face tragedy every day, a school that is burning, a teacher attacked … also a long-term ministry, because in a few years time a reform is decided and it Time to be effective.
Analysis. National education: sin in India, why so much hatred?
Luke shuttle found “Thrilling” His experience as the head of this ministry is something he didn’t really want. A ministry that depends “In a very oily administrative machine” And those too “It’s very political, because it affects the most important things to people, their children.”. Everyone has their own opinions about school, following their own education. “As if France had 67 million education ministers” The sum of this right-wing man.
“School, an Enthusiastic Question”
“More than anywhere else, school is a passion in France”, Ismail Ferhat, Professor of Education. “The slightest comma change in a history program can start a storm,” He quips. What to pay the tenant of Rue de Grenelle “Great visibility”. What reserves multiple losses for him.
Is that enough for the Ministry of Education? “Place of the dead” Advised Javier Darkos as an advisor in the government? Probably not. Some, such as Jack Lang or Francois Bero, have been able to maintain a form of popularity in this position… even if it means hitting the mammoth in the hair sometimes. The general public, the administration, the scholarly community, the teachers, of course, and their unions have difficulty addressing … “National education has a unionization rate of 25 to 30%. The rate is unequal compared to the private sector, where it has reached only 11%. “ Socio-historian Laurent Fraserman recalls.
A subtle context
This statistic regularly translates into strikes and unrest, in a context where many teachers feel disrespected and do not find meaning in their profession. According to the latest Unsa Barometer, this is the case for one third of them. And even if they defend it, some of these unions show conservatism. We often see them defending the status quo born ten or fifteen years ago as a result of the fierce opposition reforms …
Jean-Michel Blanker made faith a key word without making it into the five-year mandate. “He has really tried in vain, to embody the organization as much as possible, with a vertical regime that can no longer be adapted to his larger decentralized, decentralized operations.” Comment by Alexis Torchet, National Secretary of Sejen-CFDT
What will be the style, project, ambition of Pap Ndia, the personality that some Jean-Michel Blanker imagines? Will he know, Alexis asked Torchet, “Reinstalling money in piloting” Organization? Perhaps it should refrain from increasing the number of reforms like its predecessor “Take the debate elsewhere, it’s school weather.”Part of her proposal for Laurent Frajerman.
Marseille, “School of the Future” laboratory
As part of a support plan for the city and its schools (1.5 billion euros in new funding), some of which are dilapidated, Emmanuel Macron announced last September that he wanted Marseille to be a testing ground. “School of the Future”. Among the innovations was the creation of a “laboratory” for teaching mathematics in elementary school. The head of state, above all, wants to experiment with a new method of recruitment, as the next school year, the choice of their teachers to the principals of about fifty schools.