In our profession
, we call this a chestnut tree, that is to say an event that comes up every year. With each academic year, the televisions multiply the reports on the overloaded faculties with the shocking images of students sitting on the ground in the lecture halls and the protests of the unions, Unef and others, on these unfortunate young people who are prevented from studying. But the media are generally much more discreet about the rest of the university year and about all the registrants who disappear into the wild once their card is in their pocket, no longer setting foot in class. The phenomenon is nevertheless major: 50% of students do not even appear for the first year exams! The waste of public time and money is truly staggering.
The slow radicalization of the Unef, adrift student union
The reform of the University
must invite itself in the presidential campaign.
To begin with, it is time to put in place real registration fees (they are now symbolic) to empower students and…
This article is for subscribers only.
You have 66% left to discover.
Freedom is also to go to the end of a debate.
Keep reading your article for 1€ the first month
I ENJOY IT