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Le lycée professionnel : relégué et avant-gardiste ?

Le lycée professionnel : relégué et avant-gardiste ?


Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson



Vocational French High-School : relegated and avant-guarde ?

The vocational baccalaureate is celebrating its 30 years. Vocational secondary schools, recently reformed, welcome 1/3 of the students even if they are unknowned for most of the « educated » people. Vocational curriculum remains a default solution, often seen as a way to school or social relegation. . Yet, most of the "democratization" of bachelor the last thirty years relied on the progress of vocational students.

How do teachers manage to teach to students marked by past failures and a troubles with schooling ? In what way kwnoledge and learning are affected ? What is the role of the vocational curriculum throughout secondary education? What are the current and possible changes in context of current social evolutions ?

The papers offer a full and diversified view of the key issues. First, they combine sociological and didactic approaches, pointing as well issues of labor market and vocational courses relationships as issues concerning disciplinary and professional subjects. Secondly, they provide practictionners approaches that bring a human dimension to the issues raised and restore the complexity of vocational curriculum.

The roundtrip between theoretical approaches and practical examples are numerous and relevant. They allow this book to draw a rigorous but extremely picture of the crucial and unrecognized universe of vocational schools.

Olivier Rey
lien IdRef : 198593457

Contributions:

Ariane Azéma, Pierre Champollion, Dominique Coursodon, Leila Frouillou, Magali Hardouin, Christine Lauer, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
Éducation et territoire : inégalités ou diversité ?
Education and territoriality : inequality or diversity?
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson
This book brings together researchers specializing in the relationship between education and its territories, from rural schools to universities, as well as education officials, at national and local levels, who have been particularly involved in the territorial dimension of education.



Claire Schiff, Mathieu Ichou, Geneviève Mottet, Régis Guyon, Jean-Luc Vidalenc, Simon Keste, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
École et migration : un accord dissonant ?
School and migration: a dissonant chord?
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Alain Beitone, Géraldine Farges, Céline Granger, Frédérique Jarre, Pierre Périer, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
Le métier d'enseignant : une identité introuvable ?
What identity for the teaching profession ?
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson
The "teaching world" is an object of long-standing social and political fantasy. This book both reviews sociological knowledge about the teaching world and provides concrete examples of the challenge of teachers' professional identity.



Véronique Montangerand, Nathalie Duponchel, Isabelle Ville, Rachel Gasparini, Laurence Bossy, Salomé Prudot, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson



Hugues Draelants, Laetitia Progin, Annie Feyfant, Dominique Didier-Viforel, Éric Eberlin, Rémi Voisin, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
L'autonomie de l'établissement, avec ou contre les enseignants ?
School autonomy, with or against the teachers ?
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson
In France, debates on this subject alternately put autonomy as a weapon "against" teachers or as a means of "unlocking" them. By comparing reviews and experiences, this book proposes some operational approaches to foster interactions between academic research and professional practice on this critical issue.



Xavier Pons, Valérie Lincot, Caroline Brottet-Aiello, Marianne Woollven, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
À quoi sert la comparaison internationale en éducation ?
What is the use of international comparisons in education ?
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson
For years, it is noticed a growing attention for international comparisons, as opportunities for benchmarking of educational systems, for best or worst. What's the point of international comparisons in education ? How PISA and other international comparisons are understood and used ?



Philippe Bongrand, Clémence Cardon-Quint, Olivier Coutarel, Jean-Yves Langaney, François Jacquet-Francillon, Hélène Buisson-Fenet, Olivier Rey
Le politique doit-il se mêler d'éducation ?
Do politics have to meddle in education ?
Entretiens Ferdinand Buisson