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It is a promise dating from the yellow vests crisis which is back on the front of the stage. According to Europe 1, Emmanuel Macron will announce, this Thursday afternoon, during a video conference with senior civil servants, the abolition of the National School of Administration.

Created in 1945 to democratize access to the senior civil service, but become a symbol of elitism, Ena would give way to a new school. The president would like more diversified profiles to be able to access it, coming from universities and more almost exclusively from Institutes of Political Studies (Sciences Po).

Relaunching the social lift

Traveling to Nantes on February 11, Emmanuel Macron announced measures to promote access to young people of modest origins to higher education. He had drawn up a gloomy observation of the French “social elevator”, which “works less well than 50 years ago”. And he had assured to want to open the way of access to prestigious schools of the administration, like Ena, to young people of modest origin so that more “no kid in our Republic say:” it is not for me” “.

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