Education. 2 500 postes créés pour dédoubler des CP à la rentrée

26 Juin, 2017, 10:20 | Author: Loic Jullien
  • Jean-Michel Blanquer le 7 juin 2017 à l'Élysée

Le ministre de l'Education nationale, Jean-Michel Blanquer, a affirmé que les 2 200 classes de CP dans les réseaux d'éducation prioritaire renforcée (REP+) créées à la rentrée seront abondées par un recrutement de 2 500 enseignants, dans un entretien à La Voix du Nord de ce lundi.

Ainsi, dès la rentrée, 2500 des 4000 postes créés, seront consacrés en dédoublement des CP en REP+.

Emmanuel Macron avait annoncé pendant la campagne présidentielle des classes de CP à 12 élèves dans les zones scolaires défavorisées.

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Jean-Michel Blanquer dit vouloir faire coexister le plan "plus de maîtres que de classes" et le dédoublement annoncé. "Nous faisons coexister les deux dispositifs pour pouvoir les évaluer et avancer", explique-t-il.

"L'esprit initial de 'plus de maîtres que de classes' était de concentrer les professeurs en CP et CE1".

Le ministre est attendu ce lundi après-midi dans une école primaire de Tourcoing, où il lancera l'opération "Un livre pour les vacances" en Hauts-de-France en distribuant aux élèves de CM2 des exemplaires des Fables de la Fontaine.


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