The school, democratic?

At a time when banks are still being saved while public services, and especially education, are being cut back, it is good for the mind to remember — or to learn — that behind the veneer of « school for all » lies a structure that reproduces social inequalities. in this task, the « democratic school » helps us. 

some recent articles will give the reader food for thought, probably more than a RTBF news or an evening article: 

« Teacher training: what to think of the Marcourt project? » 

« The CPU (certification by units of learning achievement) or how to condemn qualifying education » 

« Secondary education, a progressive and insidious change 

« Austerity: those who suffer and those who benefit 


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