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Critical question: recruitment of teachers (especially in maths), the French case
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[Text is in French, but a critical question, not restricted to France ... ]

A critical question: the recruitment of teachers (especially in mathematics), the French case

A webpage of the French Commission on Mathematics Teaching (CFEM) dedicated to this question
http://www.cfem.asso.fr/debats/attractivite-mathematiques/a-propos-du-recrutement-des-enseignants

Prof. Luc Trouche
Scientific director
French Institute of Education
École Normale Supérieure de Lyon
15 parvis René-Descartes,
BP 7000, 69342 Lyon cedex 07
France

Tel : 33 672 882 375,
Web: luc.trouche@ens-lyon.fr<mailto:luc.trouche@ens-lyon.fr>, http://ens-lyon.academia.edu/LucTrouche




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