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The return of “optional” mathematics to first grade from the start of the school year in September: Emmanuel Macron outlines that his teaching “will not be”[it] Not mandatory from this first year”, for “do it quickly”

Emmanuel Macron announced the return of mathematics during a visit to Marseille on Thursday ” Alternative “, ” not necessary “1. in the class ofD from the next school year. Together with the new national education minister, Pap Nadiye, he visited one of the forty-nine “Future School” Promoted in the plan “Marseille en Grand”, Menpenti school, which would be equipped with a mathematics laboratory.

“We will re-introduce to Class 1 as I committed to the campaign”D Possibility to choose Mathematics as an optionsaid the President of the Republic. “There will always be a math specialty, but all students will have the possibility to choose outside the math hour and half-hour specialty drawn from the Common Core”He added.

Mr. Macron underlined that this lesson “Won’t[it] Not mandatory from this first yearfor “hurry”, “I think we have to get out of this dilemma before it becomes imperative. Let’s give freedom to children and families”He continued, adding: “We will give them this freedom which is in line with my commitment. ,

Since high school reform in 2019, math was no longer part of the subjects taught in the Common Core to all high school students. In his program for his re-election, Mr. Macron gave 1. promised to return discipline from the classroomDAt the rate of one and a half to two hours more per week.

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“With this option of re-introducing Mathematics+ as an option, the government is taking a third route so as not to fully implement it from the beginning of the school year and not to postpone it until 2023, as Emmanuel Macron promised it”, Agence France-Presse (AFP) Sophie Venetite, general secretary of SNES-FSU, told the first secondary school association. according to him, “This is a political posting”who doesn’t “Unfortunately not getting more students or more girls to choose maths”,

During this visit, the head of state also confirmed that “From the beginning of the school year, elementary school students will play thirty minutes every day”, Another promise of his campaign.

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