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Lydie Heurdier
Histoire de l'éducation, n°159/2023
Regards historiques sur 40 ans de politique d'éducation prioritaire en France (1981-2020)
Historical perspectives on 40 years of priority education policy in France (1981-2020)
Priority education is 40 years old. All actors in urban and rural areas had to mobilize, work in inter-degrees and in partnership to fight school failure. The complexity and diversity of this education policy with a social purpose is reflected in contributions based on local sources.

Maira de Araujo Mamede, Julien Netter
Recherche et formation, n°87/2018
Former pour lutter contre les inégalités
Educating teachers to combat inequality
This collection of papers raises a central, yet quite unexplored question: how can teacher education train teachers to fight academic inequality? The contributions emphasize the need to consider context and real teaching practice in order to make schools fairer environments for all students.

Jean-Yves Bodergat, Richard Wittorski, Bernard Wentzel
Recherche et formation, n°93/2020
L'évaluation de la professionnalisation en formation
The evaluation of professionalisation in training
The aim of the texts gathered here is to study the way in which the evaluation of professionalisation in training systems is carried out, particularly in the field of teacher training.

Michel Grandaty, Pascal Dupont
Repères, n°54/2016
L'oral à l'école : qu'apprend-on et comment ?
Oral communication at school: what are pupils learning and how?
The objective of this issue is to go beyond the taught oral skills v oral skills for learning dichotomy to show that educationalists have continued to problematize the latter, which suggests that the teaching of oral skills is becoming an established practice in the teaching of the French language.

Anissa Belhadjin, Marie-France Bishop
Repères, n°64/2021
Lire des œuvres en extraits, quels enjeux pour l'enseignement de la littérature ?
Reading works of literature in the form of extracts, what are the implications for literature teaching?
Based on the observation that extracts have implications for the teaching of literature and the selection of works for study in schools, this dossier seeks to ascertain the relationships which are established between a work and extracts from it. These different articles, we discover how extracts reveal the challenges involved in teaching literature

Marthe Fradet-Hannoyer, Marie-France Bishop
Repères, n°67/2023-1
Quelles mutations dans le champ de la didactique du français, à l'école primaire ?
What changes are taking place in the teaching of the French language in primary schools?
This dossier examines how the teaching of French deals with the question of changes in education. Work in this area which observes and analyses these changes lies at the center of this discussion, which is as much about learning and teaching issues as those of training.

Ana Dias-Chiaruttini, Joaquim Dolz
Repères, n°68/2023-2
Nouveaux objets et nouveaux contextes d'enseignement de l'oral
New objects and new contexts in the teaching of oral language
Where do we stand with the teaching of oral language? This issue of Repères, devoted to new objects and new contexts in the teaching of oral language, aims to take stock of the progress made in this area, across countries, and through design research and the analysis of teaching practices.

Xavier Pons, Sylvain Doussot