Tighter supervision of dwelling schooling: Involved dad and mom are cautious

On December 9, the executive will present a bill on “consolidation of republican principles”, which contains a much stricter framework for home education. Reactions in families in Nice.

In his bill against separatism, which he presented last October, the President of the Republic planned to ban home education from next school year, ie in September 2021.
This will only be possible with very rare exceptions, such as medical care incompatible with the child’s schooling in the facility.

The original text was to prevent children from becoming sectarian, radical, religious

recalls the office of Minister of Education Jean-Michel Blanquer

The President of the Republic, who was heard for the last time on Brut on December 5, seems to have stepped down, explaining that the right exceptions will need to be found.
National Education Minister Jean-Michel Blanquer explained to him that there would be “a system in which we will control the educational project you have for your child.”

Last week, the State Council examined a bill that must be submitted to the Council of Ministers on Wednesday.

The law has been enshrined in law since 1882

The Ministry of National Education defines home education as “Family tuition”. It is a highly controlled facility that allows the family not to place their child in school by providing their own resources. This follows from a fundamental right, the principle of which is enshrined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 and in Ferry Law of 1882: “Parents have a priority right to choose the type of education they provide for their children. »

In Nice, Cyane’s family chose this alternative education. At the age of 7, this girl never knew school desks.

Like all families in their situation, they had to report their situation to the Academic Inspectorate and City Hall in their place of residence. They have the right to receive educational support of their choice and are visited annually by an inspector and educational counselor, who must ensure that their child acquires knowledge and skills properly.

“It doesn’t represent who we are”

In his speech of 2 October, the President of the Republic defined Islamist separatism: “This conscious, theorized, political-religious project (…) materializes by repeated deviations from the values ​​of the republic” , which are a pretext for teaching principles that are not in accordance with the laws of the republic.

This statement is a problem for family associations. According to them, Emmanuel Macron links school at home and radical Islam, believing that there is no relationship between families who do not report their children to National Education and those who practice school at home and who are regularly monitored. The amalgam, which the associations believe was the subject of the year 2009, when the report of the Interministerial Mission for Vigilance and the Fight against Sectarian Deviations (MIVILUDES) was published in 2009.

The prospect of a ban on home education is a real shock for parents who have chosen this method of education.

This is a violent statement that results in a general punishment

Cyane’s father, president of the Association de l’Instruction Libre des Alpes-Maritimes, is convinced that “we must fight the ill-treatment of children excluded from education for fundamentalist reasons, but the picture of education that the government is trying to provide is not correct, it does not represent , who we are.”

Instead of looking for adequate solutions, we throw everyone in one bag.

Recently, there has been a very significant increase in the number of people who have contacted his association. There are several reasons: the difficulties associated with imprisonment and, since the beginning of the school year, the problem with the mask at school.

It has signed the petition more than 120,000 times

Many associations, such as UNIE, Parents Instructors Enfants Épanouis or LAIA (Free to Learn and Instruct Another), have launched a petition for the preservation of family upbringing rights. It has already obtained more than 120,000 signatures.

The bill was sent by the chairman of the National Council of the Slovak Republic and the Senate on Tuesday, November 17. It must be reviewed by the Council of Ministers on 9 December.

In France, Instruction En Famille affects 50,000 children, representing 0.5% of families with school-age children.

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