This document is an audio recording of a conference by Pierre PERIER on “Popular Families and School” dating from 2010.
Pierre PERIER is a sociologist, professor of education sciences at the University of Rennes and teaches at the University Institute of Teacher Education (IUFM). He is also a researcher at the Center for Research on Education, Learning and Didactics (CREAD), specializing in sensitive urban areas where he studies the relations between families and the school institution.
The study is constructed from two longitudinal angles focusing on the transition from elementary to middle school students, interviews were conducted with the directors, teachers, pupils and parents of two elementary schools and colleges in the city of Rennes.
It aims to identify the relationship between so-called “popular” families living in sensitive urban areas with the school institution.
The presentation consists of 3 parts:
– First, a historical summary of the School, its evolution and its present form.
– Secondly, a critical review of the partnership model of relationship desired between families and school and what it produces.
– The third and last part deals with the logic of families away from School through concrete examples.
- Category: Tools and Resources
- Country: France
- Language: French
- Type of file: Audio