Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Back to School: agendas are going to need an update – Le Figaro

Due to a last minute change by the National Education the school holiday calendar, the calendars will be in September in the satchels are wrong. But publishers have found a solution.

It is not, for once, the “fault to Voltaire,” but that the National Education! The agendas of French schoolchildren, running from September 2015 to summer 2016, will need a little update before the start of school, as revealed Tuesday morning France Info. Indeed, the page dedicated to the school holiday dates contains information become inaccurate since the department changed at the last minute mid-April, the school calendar and the division into academies areas.

Out in mid-April, impossible to include these changes in the agendas 2015. To meet their draw result -2,000,000 nothing at Exacompta-Clairefontaine -, manufacturers are starting to print in September to deliver the first units in April! “The Ministry of Education did not warn us,” laments Gilles Nusse, president of the union of manufacturers. “Normally the holiday dates are published in the Olympics for three years and do not move. We can not step back and remind our best. “

Among the most disturbing changes include the Advanced one week of the Easter holidays and the change of consolidation of academies. Paris (Area C) is now connected to Toulouse and not Bordeaux. Nancy pass it in B. agendas manufacturers offer their users to print via their sites, modified and updated version of the erroneous page and slip into their agenda. In the store shelf, sticker or a poster indicates to prospective buyers worry.

However a portion of the diaries is still in production, their different specifications remain to be connected. For them, the disputed book was reprinted corrected. Exacompta-Clairefontaine estimated this additional cost at EUR 200,000. But Gilles Nusse wants philosopher: “This is the first time we faced changes if substantial but usually when the Department changes its occupant, everything is upset!”



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