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Formateurs ou « grands frères » ? : Les tuteurs des programmes d’ouverture sociale des Grandes Écoles et des classes préparatoires

Abstract : The Grandes Écoles and preparatory classes to Grandes Écoles as central places for the reproduction of French academic and social elites have sought since the early 2000s to experiment new practices to fight inequalities. They have launched innovative policies aimed to foster the inclusion of disadvantaged students in elite courses based on the participation of tutoring students. This paper explores two of these policies. It first addresses the place of tutors and their motivations in ad hoc policies, and then focuses on the theoretical and practical definitions of their roles. It emphasises the contributions and limits of the pedagogical and socialising action of the students involved in these policies. It finally suggests that these students play a new role in the reproduction of the model of elite courses in France.
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Annabelle Allouch, Agnès van Zanten. Formateurs ou « grands frères » ? : Les tuteurs des programmes d’ouverture sociale des Grandes Écoles et des classes préparatoires. Education et Sociétés : Revue internationale de sociologie de l'éducation, De Boeck Supérieur 2008, 1 (21), pp.49 - 65. ⟨hal-01521789v2⟩

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