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Evidence of school segregation and/or policies of separate/distinct schooling of migrants

Key Area:
Racism, Discrimination
09/01/2012 - 10:55
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Qualitative Info

In primary schools, migrant newly arrived children can benefit, during a variable period, from introductory classes (Classe d’initiation, CLIN), i.e. daily classes lasting several hours to give students (aged 7 to 12) intensive courses in French tailored to their needs, or from integrated remedial course (Cours de rattrapage intégré, CRI), i.e. intensive courses in French provided by a peripatetic teacher who works at the school with small groups of students, as needed. A similar system exists in secondary school. But in all cases, children are returned full time to the class of their age group as soon as  possible.

Groups affected/interested Migrants, Roma & Travelers
Type (R/D) Anti-migrant/xenophobia, Anti-roma/zinghanophobia
Key socio-economic / Institutional Areas Education
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