The director reported a broken arm during an attack on him and Sobchak :: Society :: RBC

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Director Sergei Yerzhenkov, who shot a film with TV presenter Ksenia Sobchak at the Sredneuralskiy Convent in the Sverdlovsk Region, broke his arm during an attack on a film crew.

In a conversation with RBC, he said that he was attacked by three. According to him, one of the attackers was an Orthodox activist Sergei Kolesov, who had previously participated in events related to the construction of the church in Yekaterinburg square. As Erzhenkov said, a man has a black belt in taekwondo and is a physical education teacher in an Orthodox gymnasium.

He added that he and Sobchak were separated and surrounded. His arms were wrung, they tumbled to the ground. One of the nuns took the camera from him, handed it to the man, and he immediately ran away. Later, they deleted all the records, formatted the USB flash drive and returned the device. Yerzhenkov noted that he did not know which of the attackers had broken his arm.

Sobchak announced her intention to sue after the attack in the monastery

“I was sure that I just had a dislocation, but it turned out to be a turning point. Doctors said that I did not feel pain due to adrenaline, but I will feel it in the evening. This is what happened, ”he shared.

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How will be revised the notes of the tray 2020

The “right” note, grail of the professor and the puzzle of this edition of the ibc… Because, pandemic requires, the final proofs are replaced by the average of the first and second quarters. The rules have changed in April, taking the short institutions who have the habit of note severely their students during the year. “In some high schools, there students as if they were in preparation for the push to work hard and achieve brilliantly in their tank. Except that this year it is the notes that count for the award of the degree “, described Alexis Torchet, national secretary of the Sgen-CFDT.

→ TO READ. A bachelor of 2020, with continuous control, but without final exam

The union has proposed that the class council is in charge to adjust the averages. “It is the teaching team who, with the best vision of the course the student would have been able to perform the re-evaluation the more equitable “advocates there. But the ministry has opted for the creation of juries of harmonization placed under the responsibility of the vice-chancellors.

“We have the success rate and references to the original facility over the last three years “says a professor, a future member of one of these juries. “Let’s say that the average student of this school this year it will be two percentage points lower than the previous period, we will move up two points the notes of all its candidates “anticipates-t-il, specifying that “the adjustment will be to the downside “.

How to take into account the third quarter

But “the weakness of the framing “ has led some institutions to take the lead, finds Clear Guéville, national secretary of the Snes. “A large public high school in paris has asked her teachers to give each student a note-book school corresponding to the one that they feel need to be assigned to the bac “, sliding-t-it. This trade unionist teacher notes also that “the academic authorities have suggested to reinstate the notes given at the beginning of the third quarter, before the confinement, in the middle of the second “.

The work done to the house since mid-march is not supposed to count for the tray. But it may seem unfair to candidates who planned to accelerate in the last line. “Also, we have asked the teachers to draw to the attention of the jury opinion to be valued on the work provided during the confinement. What tip the balance for those who are “limits” to get the pan or a “ensures Lysiane Gervais, national secretary of the trade union of the personnel of department of national education SNPDEN.

→ TO READ. The tray 2020 will look like no other

To enhance the commitment, some go further, as the head of the school in the centre of France, who has urged his teachers to give a third quarter average average “benevolent “ that may not be lower than those of the first two and built in to the note sent to the jury. “A way also of bringing the success rate and references from my high school at levels close to those of the other years “recognizes it, so that its students can get usually two to three points higher on the tray than in continuous monitoring.

“My son got two more points “

“As soon as the composition and functioning of the jury remain unclear, one can understand that school leaders are questioning the desirability of harmonising the notes internally, before sending “comments Vivien Joby, president of the SNCEEL, organization of school leaders of the private.

A question all the more justified that grading practices vary within each school. “Learning that the tray of French would be awarded on the basis of its ongoing monitoring, the parents of the class revolted, because our children have a teacher who is very severely, testament James, the father of a student in a private school île-de-france. The averages tended to be revised upwards, in-house, very opaque. My son got two more points. “ Highlighted by the crisis of the Covid, the challenge of harmonization arises in reality in the long term. Because the new ferry, fully in force next year, will be based 40 % on continuous assessment. “The schools elitist will continue to be severe – including to separate gradually the students of the less good ones – but without the disadvantage of their candidates for the ibc. This implies to assess more generously to the work counting towards the degree “anticipates the sociologist Pierre Merle. “We need to conduct a discussion on the notation and its purpose “, offers Gilles Demarquet, the president of the Apel, the Association of parents of students of free education. “Already, this crisis, as well as the functioning of Parcoursuphave brought awareness to our teachers that they needed to revolutionize their way to note “ensures Vivien Joby.

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Parcoursup, a selection on the continuous monitoring

Created in 2017, the platform assignment in the upper Parcoursup is based on the notes of the continuous control of first and terminal but does not take into account the results of the bac, including the trials of terminal take place at a later time. To compensate for the differences in rating between high schools, some courses operate a “recovery” by providing (during the file review, or even as soon as they are sorted by an algorithm) a bonus to the candidates of the institutions ” elitist “. From next year, Parcoursup will incorporate two-thirds of the notes of the lac, including the ongoing monitoring and the final proofs of the teachings of the specialty, passed as early as march.

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Jean-Michel Blanquer hopes for a relief of the health protocol in schools as early as Friday

Jean-Michel Blanquer said he hoped Wednesday evening June 10, a relief of the health protocol will be decided Friday, June 12, during a council of defence. The minister of national education insisted in affirming, on RTLbe “the first wish “.

→ TO READ. Déconfinement : a re-opening of schools in trompe-l’oeil

Asked whether the protocol is very strict, which currently governs the schools and prevents that all students can return to school would be reduced, the minister replied : “We will probably do it “. “I’m the first to want it, and I don’t demand that this, a-t-he added. There will be a council of defence on Friday under the authority of the president of the Republic, it is on this day that we will be able to take, I hope, the relief measures which will have vocation to apply in the month of June “perhaps as early as next week. “It is only a hypothesis “, he insisted.

If a relief is decided, it will be especially “a point of health protocol “ : the rule of the 15 students maximum per class in primary school, he said. Sunday 7 June, the chairman of the scientific council, and Jean-François Delfraissy, had said that the health rules for the children at the school could be lightened by the end of June, including “the meals, recess, or sport “.

To a penalty for the teacher “dropouts” ?

Jean-Michel Blanquer has also released the latest figures on the recovery : it is estimated that “over 50 % “ the proportion of students who were able to return to school – but sometimes only one day per week. In the secondary, it is “30 % of college students “ who have taken, the more often partially. “The situation is improving step by step “has-t-he assured.

→ INVESTIGATION. Coronavirus : the commitment of disparate teachers during the crisis

Questioned also on teachers “dropouts “ pointed out in recent days in certain media and on social networks, the minister has paid tribute first “that the teachers have done during the confinement “. “Of course, there are people who have not quite been at the height of their duty.”, he added, without elaborating. “The real problem is when there is nothing, neither a presence, nor telework “, said the minister, referring to possible sanctions.

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How every student can get good grades


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The student Tim Nießner wanted to know how to get a high school diploma with 1.0 – and asked those who need to know. In the interview, he gives tips and tricks on how everyone can get good grades.

What was your everyday school life like at home in the past few weeks?

Anke Schipp

Editor in the “Life” section of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung.

I always got up at 9 a.m. Since most of the teachers sent weekly assignments, I always sat on Mondays and Tuesdays and did most of the things, then I had the rest of the week off.

Apparently you do not have delayed inflammation?

No, but because we always had to give up something, the pressure was there.

You are in 12th grade and have written a book about the tricks to get a very good Abitur. Who is your target group?

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who can really go back to class?

Less than a week before the deconfinement and the gradual reopening of educational establishments, many parents wonder: “Will my child really be able to go back to school?” “

→ RECAP ’. Coronavirus: the essentials of Tuesday, May 5 in France and worldwide

What can be said for now is that high school students will have to wait. Only the colleges of the departments classified green will be able to reopen in limited enrollment as of May 18, giving priority to students of 6e and 5e. High school students will have to wait until the end of May to find out if they have a chance of being welcomed back to their school before summer.

The question is posed differently in the nursery and elementary schools, supposed to reopen on May 11. Or at least the following days, because in many cases there is one to several “pre-entry” days.

The resumption is conditional on compliance with a binding health protocol and the presence in sufficient numbers of staff, knowing that some teachers who are fragile or have to keep their own child will stay at home. Mayors themselves have announced that they will not reopen their schools next week due to insufficient security conditions.

Priority to “pivotal classes”

For the remainder, the ministry fixed the broad outlines. ” All classes of less than 15 students – for example in rural areas or the CP and CE1 split in priority education – are intended to reopen on May 11 “Said Édouard Geffray, the director general of school education. ” Elsewhere, as far as possible, priority should be given to the hinge classes: large section, CP and CM2. It is also necessary to take into account the pupils who can be considered as priority: children with disabilities, threatened by dropping out or whose parents exercise an activity essential to the fight against the epidemic or the resumption of activity “He continues. Criteria formulated for information. ” Local flexibility is essential “Insists Edouard Geffray.

→ EXPLANATION. Back to school: the difficult equation for employed parents

It is up to each director to adapt according to the reception capacities and the dialogue with the community, even pressures exerted by the mayor, potentially recipient of calls from families wishing to send their child to school. Comments a teacher unionist.

In many schools, there will be no priority audience to define “, Nuance Michel Fournier, mayor of Les Voivres (Vosges) and vice-president of the Association of rural mayors. In his commune, for example, only 30 to 40% of parents want their child to go back to school. A similar proportion given by a recent Odoxa-Dentsu Consulting survey.

“Quite prison” reception conditions

With the approval of my board of directors, I have nevertheless drawn up a list of criteria to be taken into account if by chance the requests exceed the capacity of reception. “, Confides a head of the private school. May be privileged, inter alia, ” case by case “, The children” who live in a deleterious family camera », Those from single-parent families or those whose parents exercise a liberal profession and need to relaunch their activity urgently …

Large sections, CP and CME, on the other hand, will not have priority in this school. And for good reason: education will continue to be provided at a distance, for questions of equity between students and feasibility for teachers, ” who cannot teach at the same time physically and online ” The reception – which may include children of different levels – will be under the care of the daycare, assumes this director. ” The health protocol is so strict that the conditions will be almost prison “, He warns. And to suggest to parents who can ” to organize themselves to take turns keeping their children out of school

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in schools, concern remains despite health regulations

It’s a fifty-page guide, written in two slightly different versions, one for elementary school, the other for secondary school. Unveiled on Sunday May 3, the health protocol planned for schools aims in particular to provide physical distance, which implies welcoming students in small groups.

→ LIVE. Coronavirus: the latest news in France and worldwide on May 4

“Classrooms should be organized so that there is a distance of at least one meter between tables. (…) For example, a 50 m² room should accommodate 16 people ”, is it indicated. This rule of the meter distance must also prevail when arriving at school, during recess (which may be staggered), in the washrooms or during traffic in the corridors. Moreover, for secondary school, the ministry suggests that it is the teachers and not the students who change rooms during the course.

No ball games in the yard

Regarding the canteen, the authorities have made a concession to the mayors: lunches will preferably be taken in the refectory, and not as initially imagined in the classroom, with meal trays.

The guide also provides for very regular hand washing with soap or hydroalcoholic gel, reaffirmation of barrier gestures, disinfection of premises if they have been used in the five days before reopening … He also prohibits “Contact and ball games, and all that involves the exchange of objects”.

One of the crucial points of this document concerns the question of masks. For personnel, who will receive two a day, wearing a splash mask is “Mandatory in all situations where the rules of distancing may not be respected”, especially when they work with young people or students with special educational needs. It is recommended in all other situations.

The compulsory mask in middle and high school

On the student side, however, the approach varies according to age. Wearing a general public mask is “To be avoided in kindergarten”. It is not recommended in elementary. But it becomes compulsory in middle and high school “In all situations where rules of distancing may not be respected”. It will be up to parents to equip their children when they can easily obtain them. In the meantime, the ministry will provide them to establishments.

This health protocol “Extremely restrictive” worry the school leaders, notes Stéphane Crochet, secretary general of the SE-UNSA teaching union. “Many fear that they will not be able to implement all of the recommendations and that their personal responsibility will be engaged. Especially since compliance with the rules does not only depend on them but also on the local community, for example during the canteen or during extracurricular activities “, he emphasizes.

A forum to request a postponement of the reopening

The conditions for reopening are not enough to reassure elected officials. In an opening letter published on May 3 on the website of The gallery, 329 members of the Association of Mayors of Île-de-France ask Emmanuel Macron to postpone the resumption until May 11. “The preparation for deconfinement is done in a forced march calendar”, denounce these elected officials, in a region whose departments are all classified “red”.

“Hundreds, even thousands of municipalities will probably refuse to reopen their schools”, anticipates Agnès Le Brun, vice-president of the Association of Mayors of France, which demands, school by school, a protocol co-signed by the prefect and the mayor. At the head of the municipality of Morlaix (Finistère), the elected official would have judged “More pragmatic, more effective” to start from the reception service for the children of caregivers by gradually extending it, in concentric circles, to those of other professionals who cannot telework and to children with academic difficulties.

Presenting his deconfinement plan before the Senate, Monday, May 4, Prime Minister Édouard Philippe justified the gradual return to class by insisting on the need to fight against dropping out of school, compared to ” a time bomb “.

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Worry about the value of the baccalaureate


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It was not easy for the 2020 school-leaving exam year: because of Corona, the schools were closed for weeks, but now the test subjects should still call up their performance. But how much do they really have to be afraid?

Msome high school graduates are in turmoil because of the final exams. They were postponed, for a while it was not clear whether they would take place anywhere. In the meantime, the federal states have agreed; the exams are written. Some students still don’t like it. A student from Berlin wrote to the Senate administration that he understood their concern that future employers might have problems recognizing their Abitur without final exams. But under the circumstances of the past few weeks, this high school diploma is the most unfair that has ever been written. “We had to finish school three weeks earlier than usual, and the scheduled exam preparation week was completely eliminated.”

Lisa Becker

But do the high school graduates of 2020 really have to worry so much about the value of their high school diploma on the job market? There are rather calming tones from the economy. It will be “less the value of the school leaving qualification, which presents the students with challenges and affects their chances on the job market”, says Achim Dercks, the deputy general manager of the German Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DIHK). The central factor will be the significantly deteriorated economic situation of the companies due to the corona crisis.

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Saxony will gradually open schools on April 20

NEven before Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Prime Ministers discuss the next steps to contain the coronavirus next Wednesday, the government of Saxony has already announced the gradual opening of its schools on April 20. Despite the Corona crisis, the federal state is sticking to the planned examination dates for high school and secondary and vocational schools.

The written exams begin on April 22, as the minister of culture Christian Piwarz (CDU) said on Thursday after the cabinet meeting in Dresden. In preparation for grades 10, 12 and 13, the schools will reopen on April 20. How it will go with the other classes will be decided next week. At the moment, however, according to Piwarz, there are some indications that they cannot return yet.

“An emergency school of whatever kind is not an option for us,” emphasized the minister. The students should be able to take their exams in a good atmosphere and under fair conditions. Piwarz pointed out that there was enough space and teachers available to receive protective masks, and disinfectants were also made available. Students should also think about wearing protective masks and keep their distance on the way to the exam.

Piwarz campaigned to write the Abitur on the regular first date. In a different way than usual, there are still choices. For example, those who did not feel able to do so at the first appointment could rewrite the entire Abitur or individual exams without submitting a certificate for the regular night appointment from May 13th. And sufferers would have the option of a third appointment in June – with a certificate.

Student approval

In view of the Corona-related school-free time, in contrast to the rest of the time, the second correction will also take place at school. “The teachers know which material they may not have treated and it is possible to assess their performance individually,” said Piwarz. He announced that he would set up an advice center for questions from parents and students. Piwarz sees no particular need for regulation for the oral exams. They took place much later and were organized by the schools. “It’s a high school diploma in difficult times, but we strive for the best conditions and fair evaluation,” said the minister.

State student spokeswoman Joanna Kesicka said about the green light for the Abi on Thursday evening: “It is a difficult but correct decision.” Kesicka: “The second appointment is a good offer. But it doesn’t automatically have to be the best solution for everyone. If you have planned your preparation with the current dates, you should consider choosing the first date. “

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Historian Jacques Le Brun joins his mystics

Jacques Le Brun, who died on Monday April 6 of Covid-19, was one of these discreet scholars but whose work, devoted to spiritual and mystical literature of the XVIIe century, imposed a deep mark on a whole field of knowledge. Born in Paris in 1931, he had followed a classic course (preparatory classes for Henri IV, aggregation of letters, teaching in high school) before joining the section of religious sciences of the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (EPHE) where he supported his diploma – “Bossuet et les psaumes” – in 1956. Followed a thesis at the Sorbonne, under the supervision of René Pintard, on Bossuet Spirituality.

At the University of Poitiers, then at the EPHE where he occupied from 1978 to 2000 the chair of history of modern Catholicism, he devoted his research to Bossuet, Fénelon (which he published in La Pléiade), to spiritual biographies women and forgotten mystics like Angelus Silesius. Member of the Sigmund Freud School of Psychoanalysis, he sought to register some of his works – on “pure Love”, forfeiture and abdication in a long story going from Plato to Lacan.

Tireless worker, prolix author (ten personal works, as many editions of texts), Jacques Le Brun had published his latest book, God, a pure nothing, Angelus Silesius, poetry, metaphysics and mysticism at the Threshold in 2019 and worked until these last weeks on a manuscript entitled “Jesus Christ in the XVIIe century ”.


Dominique Kalifa

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