“Our college students are our precedence”

Covid-19 What is your assessment for the University after these two years of Covid? BR: I found that we were very accommodating, especially when setting up distance learning courses. As soon as we managed to bring the students back, we preferred the courses that needed full-time internships. We wanted to have the exams done directly … Read more

Baccalaureate 2022: Listed below are the primary particulars

The last line for future graduates. The bachelor’s exams will take place from 20 to 24 June. If the pressure on the part of the candidates increases, the Ministry of National Education is calm and ensures that everything is ready for the smooth running of the tests. Chakib Benmoussa will present details of this session … Read more

“My letter to my French dad and mom”

FIGAROVOX / TRIBUNE – In an open letter addressed to the parents of the students, the candidate for the parliamentary elections and the leader of the Reconquête! Expresses its concern at the appointment of a new Minister for National Education and, more broadly, at the “destructive upbringing” imposed on children. Party Leader Reconquête! Éric Zemmour … Read more

The amputated 4 limbs will survive because of the upbringing

Pratibha Hilim, who had 4 limbs amputated after receiving a severe form of dengue fever, considered leaving this world. This Indian teacher has regained a zest for life through teaching and a desire to help students who are far from school. Author: Glenda Kwek When her gangrene deprived her of her hands and feet three … Read more

The draft decree calls into query the fitting of kids with disabilities to training

While families have been condemning for years the difficulties they face in finding a school for their disabled child, the draft decree ignites dust. If adopted as it is, it would indeed create a category of children who “cannot” attend school, in stark contrast to the current approach to disability. → EXPLANATION. Education of handicapped … Read more

ought to residence training be restricted?

► “Give parents freedom of choice” Pascale MoriniereVice President of the Catholic Family Associations (AFC) “With this decision, the government relativizes the role of parents and sends a message that children somehow belong to the state. On the contrary, we, the Catholic family associations, defend the freedom of choice of the parents, the “first and … Read more

For the affect of our Capitale-Nationale

QUEBEC, June 6, 2022 / CNW Telbec / – The Quebec government is providing $ 20 million to Laval University to build a tennis center that will host national and international competitions while being open to the public. This envelope comes from the Capitale-Nationale Secretariat. Deputy Prime Minister, Minister for Public Security and Minister for … Read more