If pedagogy is first and foremost the art of repetition, the facts contradict the prescription of François Bayrou, who calls for
For six years now, France has been living with, in the cards, an imminent pension reform.
For six years, we have been hearing the same refrain on this subject.
In September 2017, Jean-Paul Delevoye was appointed High Commissioner for Pension Reform.
Two years later, Édouard Philippe added to the technocratic Meccano of the universal reform with points the pivotal age.
Patatras, the text of the law, positive for Covid, was buried without flowers or wreaths.
As soon as the virus was under control, the reform returned to the atmosphere with an eminent role, since the shift in the retirement age was the only campaign proposal of the president-candidate.
Since September, finally, Élisabeth Borne and Olivier Dussopt consult more often than in turn…
Certainly, this pedagogy is inspired by the methods of National Education.
Let's say consistency isn't...
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