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Au Royaume-Uni, transcender désormais le statut social de ses parents par son quotient intellectuel devient de plus en plus un mythe plutôt qu’une réalité. La Grande-Bretagne ferait-elle intentionnellement échouer ses petits jeunes ? The Bridge MAG. Image

Une réforme du système éducatif britannique depuis  trois décennies fait de nombreuses  victimes cette année  avec  l’introduction du nouveau GCSE (La General Certificate of Secondary School).
Élitisme et excellence sont deux termes  qui collent à la peau des universités au Royaume –Uni.
Plus de 4o 000 élèves, y compris les plus  doués,  reprendront  certaines épreuves péremptoires  telles l’anglais et   les mathématiques dans le but d’avoir le niveau …

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Les résultats du GCSE ont forcément un impact inéluctable sur les résultats du A level ou baccalauréat, et par ricochet sur le niveau universitaire : un véritable effet domino académique. The Bridge MAG. Image

The percentage of students from poor backgrounds going to the country’s leading universities has dramatically fallen in recent decades.
New GCSEs brought in this summer were the most challenging exams seen in home schools in over three decades education leaders claim; and GCSEs, being the bridge to A-levels, means the path to the elite universities is becoming more competitive than ever before.
According to a Department for …