Blanquer had announced his “reconquest”: it will not take place this year, despite months of distance learning. For high school students, the year ends at the end of that week or the following week.
For nearly fifteen years, successive education ministers, from Darcos to Blanquer, have grappled with the question, under pressure from parents of students, exasperated to see classes end at best in mid-June, while the school calendar officially runs until early July. But habits die hard, especially within the great “machine” of National Education. Once again this year, the “reconquest of the month of June” – as the saying goes – did not take place.
«One of the positive effects of the baccalaureate reform, which will be seen from June 2021, is that we will regain the month of June., affirmed in 2019 Jean-Michel Blanquer. High school students, including second and first, will be able to go to their school, because the system will not be crippled by exams as it is today.. ” This year, while the reformed baccalaureate is evaluated at 80% in continuous assessment – only the exams in French in Première, in Philosophy
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