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Teacher training in France in the early 2010s

Abstract : The organisation of teacher training was thoroughly transformed in France in 2010. This transformation was the consequence of three interrelated reforms: the requirement of a Master's degree for all teachers, the new recruitment process for teachers and the integration of teacher training colleges (IUFM) into the universities. Universities are now responsible for providing initial training in programmes leading to a Master's degree. The state school system then recruits graduates through a competitive examination and newly recruited teachers are offered 'deferred initial training', the exact content and duration of which have not yet been fully specified. By looking at the former conditions of training and at the new organisation, it is, however, possible to outline the content and purpose of this further training.
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Guy Lapostolle, Thierry Chevaillier. Teacher training in France in the early 2010s. Journal of Education for Teaching, Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2011, 37 (4), pp.451-459. ⟨10.1016/j.jvb.2010.09.003⟩. ⟨halshs-00642128⟩

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