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Good sheets: “A sacrificed youth?

Good sheets: “A sacrificed youth? “

France is one of the European countries where the youth unemployment rate has remained at a worrying level over the past thirty years. In general, the conditions for professional integration of the younger generations have gradually deteriorated. Among higher education graduates, access to permanent employment has become scarce and salary levels (excluding inflation) have stagnated. At the other […] … learn more→

The other higher education

No one doubts the phenomenon of “massification” that has resulted in more access to higher education for more students worldwide. This is certainly a good thing. But as we have discussed in past blogs, massification introduces many new challenges. When higher education was an elite undertaking, entering students often came from elite primary and secondary […] … learn more→