“We will stick to it even if there is still a whole series of answers to be provided”

Posted on Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 08:54 a.m. Through Sudinfo Invited to the Bel-RTL political interview this Wednesday morning, the Minister of Education returned to the new school rhythms. In mid-May, we exclusively revealed the decision taken by the government of the Wallonia-Brussels Federation concerning the reform of school rhythms from the 2022-2023 school … Read more

the Minister of Education Caroline Désir answered all your questions on Sudinfo.be (videos)

Posted on Monday, June 28, 2021 at 4:04 p.m. Through laurence piret Pact of excellence, recourse to the end of the year-end results, covid measures, back to school and, above all, new school calendar from the start of the 2022-2023 school year: the Minister of Compulsory Education in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation was our guest on … Read more

Caroline Désir evokes a possible postponement if the other Communities follow “very quickly”

Posted on Friday, June 25, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. Through Sudinfo with Belga Education Minister Caroline Désir (PS) said Friday during a meeting with CSC-Education to be ready to postpone the entry into force of the reform of annual school rates if Flanders and the German-speaking Community were to announce ” very quickly ”their willingness … Read more

Caroline Désir: “Teachers who are 50, 55 years old are widely vaccinated”

Cn Wednesday, we learned that all students in compulsory education would be able to return to the school benches – face-to-face therefore – from Monday, May 10. Caroline Désir (PS), Minister of Education in the Wallonia-Brussels Federation was the guest of the morning of Bel RTL to discuss this subject. The Socialist welcomed “this good … Read more

“Already 11 weeks at 50% at school, you have to get out”

Posted on Saturday February 13, 2021 at 04h00 By Interview with Didier Swysen Caution and determination: the message from the Minister of Education, Caroline Désir (PS), who is trying to forge a path towards as much normality as possible at school, in this complicated school year. “I don’t want to confuse speed and haste,” she … Read more