Ecole : L'in(dis)pensable réforme du statut de parent d'élève

Abstract : The 1989 education law states that parents are partners of schools. What is the meaning of this statement? A discourse analysis of texts shows three simultaneous views: - Partnerships on a 'republican' mode: parents are submitted to obligations and subordinate to teachers; - Partnerships on a liberal mode: parents are service users - Partnerships on a social democracy mode: parents are actively engaged with schools in sorts of democratization of school rules. Practically things are simpler. There are sometimes in working-class areas certain actions towards parents that combine logics of association and of subordination. Elsewhere (or at the same time), what prevails instead of partnerships is various forms of parents' exit.
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Françoise Lorcerie. Ecole : L'in(dis)pensable réforme du statut de parent d'élève. Philippe Warin. Quelle modernisation des services publics ? Les usagers au coeur des réformes., La Découverte, pp.360, 1997. ⟨hal-00796721⟩



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