Wednesday, October 13, 2010 Extendable – Manipulated – No newspapers in kiosks today to strikes yesterday.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010 Extendable – Manipulated – No newspapers in kiosks today to strikes yesterday. You have to go read on websites. That’s good, that’s what I do every day for 7 years … Here is a news magazine "minimum service … Extendable teachers of primary schools in Paris are called to renew the strike" on Thursday, "said Wednesday Snuipp-FSU, the main union of the primary. Besides the capital, six sections called to renew the strike starting Thursday: those Gard, Haute-Garonne, Haute-Loire, Maine-et-Loire, Sarthe and Tarn-et-Garonne . We also learn that many schools and colleges have voted in general assembly the principle of a renewed strike. In secondary schools, 135 high schools were also disrupted to varying degrees, on Wednesday morning, according to the Ministry of Education. On all of these institutions – 3.1% of high schools in France – 29 were blocked, others affected by blocking attempts, groups of students or distributions of leaflets Manipulated? If this is the social movement that continues to make a name, it is mainly youth engagement makes discussion. In Le Figaro, Anne Muxel, sociologist and political scientist, expert of the politicization of youth, book an interesting analysis of this mobilization. She believes that the entry of students into the battle retreats primarily reflected concern about their future. "While they are already very worried about entering the job market, they find that they will also leave later. They find themselves somehow taken cantilever between the two major difficulties and pensions may therefore constitute a point here of additional concern. "She says. And she adds that "with Japan, we are one of the countries where young people are the most pessimistic. ". It also rejects the accusation of manipulation: "We have always said that the students went on strike for not going to class, but children acquire early political benchmarks, especially in their home environment. They often see the concerns of their parents. For them, the protests have become commonplace among the protest tools, some alongside electoral abstention. Rather than describe young protesters irresponsible and manipulated, it would be perhaps more clever to say that we understand their concerns "Good Read ————- … ——————————— Liberation.fr of 13/10/10 (some paid items) Saved to young at demonstrations with 25% more protesters that on October 23, mobilization against pension reform, inflated by high school and college students, up a notch. Read more of the article "Making overflow the pan" Coming Milena, 18, a student of economics and management Read more of the article "In anger against the state" Desclaux Adele, 16, high school student in highschool Read more of the article "the hardest thing is for youth" Veronica Daniau. 47, teacher More Royal Article: "If the government is worried about the anger of young people, withdraw the reform" After the very day of mobilization followed, political reactions fuse, trade unions try organize further movement. The point, hour by hour. Read more of the article The press considers the ‘explosive’ climate After record mobilization against pension reform and firmness displayed by the government, the editorialists judge Wednesday climate "explosive" and believe that the conflict took a new dimension with the emergence of youth. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 13/10/10 "the mobilization of the students first shows their anxiety" Specialist of the politicization of youth, Anne Muxel believes that the entry of students into the battle retreats primarily reflected concern about their future. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— the Monde.fr (some paid items) of 13/10/10 Elysee and unions, without winners trophies Editorial World after the battle retreats, there could be two losers – or, instead, two winning no trophies. Tuesday, October 12, unions have managed their fourth day of action since September, with the surprising reinforcements of thousands of students. Far from dying out, as expected by the Elysee, the challenge remains strong. The adoption of the key articles of the reform by the Senate just before the "demos", the better to signify that they serve no purpose, no nothing. Read more of the article Sarkozy sets the "talking points" for his ministers and sends them over the air an hour of reflection to yield nothing and organize against the attack on the air Wednesday. Nicolas Sarkozy has stalled Tuesday night at 18 pm, its strategy and the "talking points" in the now daily meeting on pensions. Read more of the article High Schools, transport: the mobilization, sector by sector After the most important day of mobilization against pension reform, Tuesday, October 12, disruptions remained at the train and to a lesser extent, RATP Wednesday after the renewal of the strike movement. Many general meetings have yet to be held on Wednesday to decide on follow-up to the protest. In Education, more than 130 schools were still affected to varying degrees. Read more of the article A months in prison for the teacher holds child pornography A 52 year old teacher was sentenced Wednesday, October 13 to one month imprisonment by the Criminal Court of Meaux (Seine-et-Marne) for possession of more than fifteen thousand child abuse images. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- the Humanity of 13/10/10 young flow into the battle Sarkozy and his ministers to be chickweed. They who feared above all to see the protest spread to young people have found that their worst nightmare was coming true. In fact, school and university students joined in mass processions in this day of action against the pension reform. At midday, the UNL, the first high school student organization, estimated that about 400 the number of blocked or disrupted institutions in France (in 4302) and already evoked a "very big day." For its part, the UNEF called, in this Tuesday, October 12, a day "dead facs" to enable students to participate massively in the demonstrations. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— Le Parisien (some paid items) of 13/10/10 retreats: UNL called the students to rally Thursday in the wake of protests against the pension reform involving many young people, national Union schoolgirl on Wednesday urged the students to continue mobilizing Thursday. Read more of the article Argenteuil and Sarcelles two wounded during high school principals demonstrations stone hit the headmaster of Argenteuil (Val d’Oise) in the head. This morning, shortly before 9 pm, the headmaster of the school Romain Rolland was slightly injured in front of his establishment and taken to hospital. They were probably police officers who were targeted while they came to clear the driveway in front of the school, cluttered with palettes. Read more of the article High school students in the street: the judge right Royal "irresponsible" The day after his televised speech on TF1, during which she asked the students to take to the streets peacefully, Segolene Royal has undergone attacks in order tenors of the majority. Read more of the article Sarkozy said nothing reshuffle but Chatel boasts, "that his confidence" Nicolas Sarkozy has kept Wednesday to discuss the next reshuffle but was again sent a good report to his Minister of the Education, Luc Chatel, "that all (its) confidence," reported New members Center following a lunch at the Elysee. Read more of the article Segolene Royal asks young people to "take to the streets very peacefully" The former candidate (PS) at the Elysee Segolene Royal on Tuesday called on TF1 young people to "take to the streets but very peaceful ", as part of the mobilization against pension reform. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- ——— France Soir 13/10/10 Luc Chatel and "agitation" geometry homework helper
PS the day after the call to protest launched by Segolene Royal to young people, the spokesman of the Government said Wednesday the Socialist Party, "failing to be proactive" was "stirring force today." Read more of the article Reactions after the call by young Royal to "hit the streets" Segolene Royal (PS) on Tuesday urged young people to "decendre in the street." A call held this Wednesday "irresponsible" by the government. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– the Cross of 13/10/10 the young are mobilizing in Paris and in the provinces, students and high school students participated in the mobilization against pension reform Read more of the article —— —————————————— echoes (some paid items) of 13/10/10 Retreats: 135 schools disrupted to varying degrees hundred thirty-five high schools were disrupted to varying degrees Wednesday morning in France, 3.1% of all secondary schools, as part of the mobilization against the pension reform, told AFP the Ministry of Education. Read more of the article The students enter the scene and want to play extra Students and especially many students were yesterday in processions and want to extend the movement. Prime Minister denounced the attempts at manipulation by the extreme left. Read more of the article The Power and young TABARD by GUILLAUME, Les Echos dint of crying wolf … As expected, young people were in the street yesterday. Allowing unions to view attendance figures rising. And if there is one area where the "break" is not in the agenda, it is in the apprehension of youth. Read More Article Events: Four students in custody in Meaux for throwing stones Four students were arrested and placed in custody Wednesday in Meaux (Seine-et-Marne) for throwing stones at police and contempt, during a demonstration against pension reform, have we learned from police sources. Read more of the article in an assault of 93 college: four arrests, anti-Semitic confirmed Four teenagers were placed in custody Wednesday after an attack on a 15 year old student, beaten 8 October in College Blanc-Mesnil (Seine-Saint-Denis), which had an anti-Semitic nature, said Wednesday a judicial source. Read more of the article Incidents in Brest on the sidelines of a demonstration of students Between 200 and 250 young people are introduced on Wednesday in the school premises Iroise Brest and caused damage on the sidelines of an event high school students, has been learned from the academy Rector Rennes. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– 20 minutes from 13/10/10 "the army plays a positive role for young people" Jean-Marie Bockel prepares Sitting on the prevention of juvenile delinquency … Read more of the article "the children have the right to eat sweets "Patrick Tounian Head of pediatric nutrition unit of the Hopital Trousseau (Paris) Read the article strong month for the teacher who held 15,000 pornographic images It has also plus the right to work with minors … Read more Article ——————————– —————- Rue89 of 13/10/10 Manifs + + strikes young: the mobilization is growing a race is committed to the government, which hopes to complete as soon as the record on pensions. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– West of France 13/10/10 pensions: the movement of students continues hundred thirty-five high schools are disrupted to varying degrees on Wednesday morning in France, as part of the mobilization against pension reform according to the Ministry of Education. Of these 135 schools, 29 were blocked, the others being affected by blocking attempts, groups of students or leafleting "often with a high rate of absenteeism." Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– Le Journal du Dimanche 13/10/10 largesse of the "Pasqua fac" private School Leonardo da Vinci, due in 1995 by Charles Pasqua, would be too extravagant. The university center, which enjoys significant public funds, was pinned by the Chamber of Ile accounts, the report of which was posted last week on its website. Read more of the article —————————————- Le Nouvel Observateur permanent 13/10/10 retreats: 135 schools are still disrupted what fuel the controversy about the entry of young people in the movement against the pension reform, which is still raging, executive accusing the opposition, including the PS , to "exploit" the young, what the Socialists defend. Read more of the article —————————————- Express .fr 13/10/10 Villepin: "young people have reason to worry" after the great demonstration on Tuesday, the political world interprets the massive participation of pupils and students in the movement. Zapping the morning. Read more of the article Pension reform: the turn of students to take to the streets for the new day of demonstrations against the pension reform, the students were expected to firm up. Called by unions to join the procession on October 12, 2010, they blocked since morning, many institutions. Of the 4,300 French schools, 350 were disrupted: blocking attempts, grouping students, distributing leaflets and absenteeism. Really "manipulated" the students? We asked those to the streets. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — the Pedagogical Cafe ANDEV 13/10/10: What educational role for a joint? How to face the risk classes of closures? Responding to state decisions that affect the daily life of the school? How to cope with increased expenditures requested by the state? While ANDEV (National Association of Directors of Education of the cities) meets this October 13 its annual congress in Tours, Cafe asks Anne-Sophie Benoit, president of the Andev. Read more of the article they were there … What say official statements, they were there, teachers and students in the most important events in recent years. The rise and youth movement is a strength but also a responsibility. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- — Mediapart (fee) of 13/10/10 Nothing seen … ——————————- ————— Slate.fr of 13/10/10 Super! Young manifest! By Eric Le Boucher Read More Article ————————————— 13/10/10 ——- EducPros of Violence and youth: State of emergency, the ticket Emmanuel Davidenkoff "do not deal with this issue of the exclusion of a section of the youth, not to mention the fate of those for whom the problem is not to work until 62 or 65 years but that the only access to a job appears unlikely, has a deleterious risk: wake up, as in 2005, in a country subject to state of emergency following a new outbreak of violence in certain neighborhoods, "said Emmanuel Davidenkoff. The managing editor of The Student returns to the attacked during the demonstrations of 12 October 2010, coinciding with the arrival of young in processions. Read more of the article Pension reform: headmaster of the testimony of a locked school Avranches After the demonstration on 12 October 2010, 135 schools were still disrupted with 29 blocked by the Ministry of Education (against 350 disrupted and blocked 90 the day before) in response to pension reform. Christian Le Goff, headmaster of the school Emile Littre Avranches (Manche), which has more than 1,000 students, is back for EducPros the blockade. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————- VousNousIls of 13/10/10 Retreats: call to renew the strike in schools in Paris on Thursday teachers primary school (nursery and primary) in Paris are called to renew the strike against pension reform "on Thursday," said Wednesday in a statement the Paris section of SNUipp-FSU, the main union of the primary. Read more of the article Retreats: Four students in custody in Meaux Four students were arrested and placed in custody Wednesday in Meaux (Seine-et-Marne) for throwing stones at police and outrage during a demonstration against pension reform, have we learned from police sources. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —————————- This work is licensed under a Creative Commons license. Posted by Watrelot on Wednesday, October 13, 2010