Emmanuel Macron’s decision regarding “the school of the future” is making people cringe. Friday, June 3, Jean-Luc Mélenchon promised to “put the package, whatever it costs”, in terms of education if he became Prime Minister, denouncing the generalization of the approach of “the school of the future by Emmanuel Macron, an “abominable” project which aims, according to him, “the dismemberment of National Education”. “It’s abominable because it means breaking up the French school system into autonomous and competing establishments”, considered the leader of LFI on France Info, the day after Emmanuel Macron’s trip to a Marseille school. experimenting.

“It’s not called trusting the field, it’s called dismembering National Education,” added the former candidate for the presidency of the Republic. Emmanuel Macron indicated on Thursday that he wanted to generalize “from the fall” throughout the territory “the school of the future”, an educational experiment carried out in Marseille which aims to give, according to the Élysée, “more freedom and autonomy to educational teams to build a fairer and more inclusive school system”, but contested by teachers’ unions.

According to Jean-Luc Mélenchon, in such an approach, “the programs are not the same from one establishment to another”, nor “the recruitment standards”, which will create “a bonus for cronyism”. As a result, “the people […] will have a double penalty: you will have a baccalaureate, but you will be told ‘yes, but where is it from, from which high school?’ “, he assured, arguing that part of the programs at the college is already also “at the discretion of each college”.

The leader of the Insoumis highlighted the measures he would apply if the left-wing coalition Nupes won the legislative elections of June 12 and 19: “We will restore the homogeneity of education throughout the country, the diplomas will have the same value, we will remove Parcoursup, the random schedules provided in the college, we will recruit as many teachers as necessary until everyone is well supervised and well educated. »

“I consider that France’s No. 1 resource is its children and their intelligence, so I will go all out – listen to me – whatever it costs,” he assured, taking up the Emmanuel Macron’s formula during the health crisis. He emphasized preferring the concept of “equal rights”, with “an equal right to a very high quality education wherever one is”, to that of “equal opportunity”, where, as “in the lottery , everyone who plays has the same chance of winning, but only one wins”.