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How to Change the Mammoth

Contrary to common wisdom, the French educational system has
been considerably transformed over the last decades. However, the
process of reform suffers from many limits, among which are the difficulty
to express clearly the goals pursued in a context characterized by
many contradictory trends ; a tendency to oversee the importance of
the autonomy of local actors who are often seen by most reformers as
simple executive agents ; and, more importantly, the persistence of a
Hegelian conception of the central state, which favors an exceedingly
centralized understanding of the reform process. In order to succeed, a
re-evaluation of the role of the central state would be required, as well
as a real acceptance of the autonomy of local actors and an in-depth
transformation of the relationship between the various partners of the
educational system.


Référence électonique : André LEGRAND, "How to Change the Mammoth", Pouvoirs, revue française d’études constitutionnelles et politiques, n°122, 122 - L’Éducation nationale, p.19-29 . Consulté le 2020-10-31 02:57:39 . URL : https://revue-pouvoirs.fr/How-to-Change-the-Mammoth.html