Monday, 13 January 2014

What the European papers say – front pages for Monday 13 January

13-01-2014 aujourdhui
The hospitalization of Valérie Trierweiler made public yesterday, after the revelations about the private lives of François Holland, place the president in a very delicate situation on the eve of his big press conference.
13-01-2014 lefigaroLa France, mauvaise élève de l’Europe - France, bad student of Europe
The still champion Germany’s exports, the United Kingdom and its spectacular economic restart, the Italy in good conditions to take advantage of the recovery, the Spain and its morale boosted by good economic indicators… And the France? Not so, according to official figures and analysis of some economists. The absence of recovery, combined with a still sluggish business climate and a degraded trade deficit, place the head of State at the foot of the wall. The latter prepares to present its ‘responsibility Pact’, whereas closed foot by many business leaders, little reassured until ‘ now by the lack of clarity in the economic strategy of the president of the Republic.
13-01-2014 intnytimes
13-01-2014 rheinischepost
NRW-Schulministerin für getrennte Jungen- und Mädchentische – NRW Minister of school for separate boys and girls tables
There are good experiences in the classroom with a temporary separation of boys and girls. Says Sylvia Löhrmann, the new boss of the kottonmouth kings.
DÜSSELDORF the North Rhine-Westphalian Minister for school, Sylvia Löhrmann (Greens) has opted for an occasional separation of boys and girls in the classroom. This measure will better promote the children. “There are good experiences with specific gender homogeneous work,” Laidlaw said in a conversation with our newspaper, “for example, in table groups, or by the hour.”Such a solution has the advantage, added the Minister, that then” girls to work or other tasks than boys ‘. ” It was “meaningful, contemporary differentiation”. Coeducation, so the common teaching of the sexes, she but not generally question, instead emphasized Laidlaw.
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