Education reform

Education reform - France’s education minister has this morning presented plans to the Higher Council of Education for several reforms. Amongst them is a new measure making education compulsory from the age of three instead of six and the financing of private nursery schools by local councils. Nursery education in France is currently financed by the state.

 

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Evening Update Wednesday 22 January 2020

French unions are still planning for what they refer to as "a massive day of strike and inter-professional demonstration" this Friday. ... Evening Update Wednesday 22 January 2020 Read More

22/01/2020

Roadside police checks

Police in the Var have been alarmed by infractions from motorists during several roadside checks which have been carried out over the past few days in... Roadside police checks Read More

22/01/2020

Storm Gloria

Intense rains and snow have been forecast in south-western France, where more than 23,000 people are without power as storm Gloria batters the region.... Storm Gloria Read More

22/01/2020

Residents in Cagnes sur mer complain to city council

Residents in the Malvan district of Cagnes sur mer have expressed their “exasperation” to the city council at the constant noise pollution in the area...  Residents in Cagnes sur mer complain to city council  Read More

22/01/2020

French and Riviera News Wednesday 22nd January 2020

Eight people associated with the yellow vest movement have been arrested in the Vaucluse. Placed in police custody they are suspected of vandalising p... French and Riviera News Wednesday 22nd January 2020 Read More

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