Category Archives: Education

Ways to Look at Talent – Is France Changing Direction?

“Make sure you study something you like and that you think is fun, it’s the best way to get good results. The rest will sort itself out later.” That’s the advice I was given when I wondered what I should … Continue reading

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Square Ladies’ Association & Inspiring Students 20 Years Down the Line

When I was about fifteen years old, our English teacher brought me and a group of other girls to a conference held by the Square Ladies’ association. In Swedish, a Square Lady (or ‘a lady with square’ if you translate … Continue reading

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Quelling Initiative

I just read in Le Monde about the increased use of electronic tracking systems for children. I’m sure these gadgets are hot among parents around the connected world, and not only in France. Arguments go the way of “the children … Continue reading

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