of Tuesday, May 10, 2005 to prevent children, especially girls, become incontinent future, we must require schools clean toilets, insists the French Urological Association that organizes the "3rd National Week of ‘incontinence". It is read in the Paris also read the story on the Grande Borne in Liberation. This city which come much of my students suffer from a detestable reputation https://homeworkmarket.me/
but it means its inhabitants speak. Good reading… ——————————————— – 10/05/05 Liberation La Grande Borne in Grigny, Essonne. HLM 3500, 11,000 people … The daily life of a suburban told by its inhabitants, every week, in "Liberation". Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Le Figaro 10/05/05 ———————————– Nothing seen … ——– Humanity of 10/05/05 Nothing seen … —————————- ———————— Le Parisien on 10/05/05 (paying) Warning to the bathroom at school on the occasion of the national Week incontinence, urologists doctors denounce … the toilets in schools. Their deplorable condition often prevents students, especially girls, to relieve themselves well. Read more of the article "Before I sit down, I have to do housework" CHILDREN always-they avoid school toilets? Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —– the Cross of Nothing seen … 10/05/05 ——————————– —————- 20 minutes from Bordeaux 10/05/05 the students, big stars of the weekend in La Teste A festival for and by young people. La Teste-de-Buch hosts Thursday and next Friday the 6th edition of the Festival with students, the program, newspapers, scientific experiments, plastic arts creations, photo exhibitions, concerts, theater .. . for three months, the students of Aquitaine working on 120 projects they submit to 5000 youth and 800 adults. The event promoted by the region (which unlocks a budget of 940 000 e) is intended to bring out the catch of initiative students. Read more of the article Nantes: Diwan drawn a blank in Loire-Atlantique Breton schools stalled in Loire-Atlantique. The Diwan association, which has announced its desire to open "two new sites per year," envisages in so far no in the department. Not without regret. "We prefer to wait for motivated people on site contact us, explains Francis Gael Rios, one of the leaders of the movement. But today this is not the case. »Read more of the article Toulouse: High school students and several students High school students will be on the campus of Rangueil this morning to support students mobilized against the bill on research (Lopri). After leafleting yesterday, they held this morning pickets before convening a general meeting to decide on the follow-up to the movement. On the side of Mirail, the students raised the stakes but voted to maintain the strike. They will be present this afternoon on Capitol Square to protest alongside researchers. As a sign of solidarity with the students who have been on strike for weeks, students will ensure Wednesday afternoon on the letters of the university campus school support action before returning Thursday street. Read the rest of the article ——————————————- —— West of France 10/05/05 Nothing seen … —————————— ——————- Le Monde 10/05/05 Portrait: Azouz Begag notable Lyons the walls of his apartment in the district of Guillotiere, Lyon, Azouz Begag hung her knight badge. His elegant suits wear the red ribbon. The Legion of Honor, he received from the hands of the interior minister in the great salons of the prefecture of the Rhone. Ultimate recognition for this writer, author of forty books, raised in a slum by Algerian parents, illiterate, not speaking in Arabic. […] In this personal journey, he forged a certainty: the integration of immigrants and immigrant son necessarily involves education. "The first issue of immigrants is their shortcomings in French. They have to live the language before they have a home. We must therefore multiply the ways in schools in neighborhoods," he pleads. He has never known these gaps. Love letters, player of words, Azouz Begag came to writing by chance in telling the story of those years in the slum Le Gone du Chaaba, published in 1986 (the "gone" is a "kid" in the Lyon region ; the Chaaba, the slum wherein he grew). Read the rest of the article ——————————————- – Posted by Watrelot on Tuesday, May 10, 2005