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Why French university students and professors fear selection

Why French university students and professors fear selection
 
In front of Tolbiac university in Paris where students protest against Macron's reform on university, on 11 April 2018. Reuters/Benoit Tessier

Police cleared out students occupying a campus of the Sorbonne university last week, ahead of exams. But the protest against a reform of university entrance decisions continues. RFI’s Sarah Elzas looks into the conflict, which is nothing less than a clash in worldviews, of what a university education means in France.


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