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In: Philosophy in September 1997 Excluded from the Fourth World * in France: why from the school, the children of the Fourth World disadvantaged and exposed in turn to the cycle of poverty. “Two thirds of the world’s poor are children,” Joseph Wresinski, 1966 Family education: earn your bread first!
Ignorance less concerned parents that the disease and it is not uncommon for all children stay in bed when it’s cold instead of going to school. We also lack the class to accompany the father to biffe1 to go picking daffodils in spring, or to monitor smaller if the mother is sick.
In Fourth World, although increasingly we realize the necessity of education, they are not given enough importance to a school “does not succeed.” * Fourth World: to define the word, see the Excluded Fourth World in France 1- Make strikes out: recovering in the garbage, landfills breadwinner I was four years we were hungry and I younger, I had to attend to family survival efforts. (…) I was four and it was me who drove the goat to the lower meadows. One day, out of pity, a nun asked me to serve Mass every morning.
How could I refuse a job offer because it was hiring that it was for me? In responding to mass, I would right every morning to a large bowl of coffee and milk with bread, jam, and feast days, butter. In addition, it would give me 2 francs a week.
These are the 2 francs that decided me. Every morning for nearly 11 years, it windy or raining, I went to serve Mass for 5 cents are given to mom. (…) Today, as always, the poor child has no childhood. Responsibilities come as soon as he stands up on his legs. Joseph Wresinski Despite all the hardships and responsibilities faced by children are excluded, it is when they are still at home they are the least unhappy.
As soon as they enter school, they face demands, they discover they belong to a middle considered dishonorable, they hear misjudge their parents, they compare to others and suffer from their inferiority. Fear of being judged by the school The school expects a 6 year old it is capable of a minimum of autonomy, obedience, and it is clean. He must have a vocabulary to learn to read and be familiar with common objects. Or the child of poor cities known about some basic things of everyday life.
He is disturbed by the problems that those of his parents (accommodation, money …) and trying to attract attention to himself by throwing punches or dirty words. Her classmates do not understand that this is a cry for help. It may be kept away games and conversations. For the families of the Fourth World, the school remains a privileged place for social promotion, but also generates misgivings and concerns.
Few people will spontaneously to teachers; they stay away from class trips, and are absent from meetings of parents. September 1996 “The return, it always scared me,” says Jocelyne, 26, mother of 3 children. “This year it’s even worse, because my greatest returns to CP. This is where we learn to read and write. It’s hard, it will help.
And I will not be able “. This young woman, who lives in the Paris region with the only resource the RMI, experiences vis-a-vis the school reluctance: that still raises its own school past, due to successive failures, to which is added the fear of being perceived as a “person apart” or even unable, by faculty. The prospect of a single discussion parent-teacher takes on another dimension and quickly becomes frightening when we see a sort of review.
Meet the teacher or the teacher is having to speak, submit to the judgment of an individual who lives in “another world”. And, in many cases, it is reaching out to critics that generate the results of the student.
MGEN September 1996 dialogue between two teachers (1991): “- You’ve seen the newspaper Le Secours Populaire distributed clothes to Mariest And they sold them With the money, the mother bought new skirts for her daughters?.! ! – As if the second-hand clothes were not good enough for them! ” Note: If there is a scandal, is not that the children of this large family are ashamed to be dressed with clothes already worn, outdated? They suffer from never being able to choose clothes for their taste and their size …
Clothing is the only way to reach normality, do not feel left out by the look of the other. People who come to do Eating ingenuity to be well dressed. Roger F., restaurants Heart 1997 Interview: teaching in disadvantaged areas 1997- Coline – 38 years – teacher Question – You left [school of the city] because you are ill: do you regret having done this experience? Coline. – Yes ! I was not strong enough, I’ve invested too much, I was too passionate. We can not stay there long.
You never know what children are capable of doing. Question – And the violence at school? Coline – Children are very rude constantly between them, but not with the teachers.