Handing over computers to high school students

The Occitanie District awarded its 60,000 high school students in the second and first grades of its all-new computer program, in red with his briefcase. At Germaine Tillion High School in Castelnaudary, distribution was joyously and humorously distributed by distributors Hakim and Maxime, on Friday 17 September, in the rich amphitheater of “exactly 478 pcs,” according to Hakim. “It is very good that they receive their computers at the beginning of the school year, and teachers can really support their teaching practices,” smiles Florence Jencks, principal since 2017. It is a key tool in the Education Continuity Plan. At the request of the Ministry, we have stepped up in terms of digital practices through the hybridization that we have seen last year and distance learning.”

The students were given in one file in front of the grandstand two copies of the agreement to sign. They will be on a three-year contract with the obligation to keep their new gadget. A touch screen computer with a battery life of 13 hours is prohibited on Le Bon Coin for three years. “It makes them accountable and this is a huge asset. We notice that there is no loss or theft and they are very proud of it. Then it provides a level playing field. There are students who also use it in post-baccalaureate, if they take care of it they will use it for a long time.” The operation accounts for 4,000 computers across 12 high schools in the department of Aude and contributes to “the cheapest back-to-school in France,” recalls Claudie Faucon-Megan, a regional advisor. “With free school transport from kindergarten to high school, textbooks, help with the purchase of a sports license, and cultural vouchers thanks to the Youth Card, the 60 million euros invested by the region allows savings of 500 euros per family on average.”

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