It has become a ritual, in twenty years of existence.
Year after year, around mid-August, the Fage (Federation of General Student Associations), the leading student organization, reveals the results of its annual barometer on the cost of the start of the school year.
This time, post-Covid era and rising prices oblige, “we dreaded the results”, slips Paul Mayaux, its president, before letting go: “We did not expect such an increase, it froze us.
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