Blanquer wants to further strengthen continuous control

Jean-Michel Blanquer presented Monday to the trade unions adjustments to his reform of the baccalaureate aimed at strengthening the continuous assessment and abandoning the common tests as of the next school year, we learned Monday from the Ministry of National Education.

Without affecting the distribution of the new baccalaureate formula between final exams (60%) and continuous assessment (40%), the aim of these adjustments “subject to social dialogue” is to “consolidate the baccalaureate in its current formula, by passing from a common evaluation logic (within 40%) with a logic of full and complete continuous control “, one explains to the ministry.

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