1st Edition

Education & Society in Modern France Ils 219

By William Rae Fraser Copyright 1963
    150 Pages
    by Routledge

    150 Pages
    by Routledge

    First Published in 1998. This is Volume VI of twenty-eight in the Sociology of Education series. Post-war plans for the reshaping of the school system in France have succeeded and superseded each other with confusing rapidity. They reflect the vigorous attempts of intelligent Frenchmen to construct an educational system that will be adequate for the resurgent, industrial, prosperous, democratic country whose mission as a model of civilization and enlightenment they still proclaim. Despite these measures dissatisfaction with the school system, its syllabuses and its methods continue to be felt acutely, with the principles of reform have been lengthily debated by the various professional, social, political and religious groups in France. The resulting legislation has brought about changes with which nobody is content. A major purpose of this book has been to allow the various protagonists to speak for themselves.

    Chapter 1 The Education System and Attempts to Reform It; Chapter 2 Educational Planning and Centralization; Chapter 3 The Administrative Obstacle; Chapter 4 The Professional Obstacle; Chapter 5 The Cultural Obstacle; Chapter 6 Social Justice and the Recruitment of √Člites; Chapter 7 The Religious Obstacle; Chapter 8 The Political Obstacle; Chapter 9 Debate; Chapter 10 Finance; Chapter 11 The Matrix;

    Biography

    W. R. Fraser