Overview on digital education in France


  • Mihaela-Viorica Rusitoru Université de Franche-Comté
  • Ioan Roxin Université de Franche-Comté
  • Federico Tajariol Université de Franche-Comté

Palabras clave:

France, digital education, media literacy


After writing and printing, digital seems to become the third social revolution. Nowadays, an increasing competition settles between world powers in this area. According to international statistics, France is not among the holders of a “digital society” label. Trying to “catch up” the delay, the country demonstrates a proactive policy in order to accelerate digital usage in both society and school. Equipment of schools, continuing training for teachers or attractive digital activities for students, are just some measures in this direction. Initiatives proposed for the future are ambitious: create a “Digital France” label, change the image of the digital jobs and develop a data security and privacy policy. However, the major challenges of the education system will be media education and actions to mitigate the risks of Internet use.


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Rusitoru, M.-V., Roxin, I., & Tajariol, F. (2016). Overview on digital education in France. Lex Social: Revista De Derechos Sociales, 6(2), 92–101. Recuperado a partir de https://upo.es/revistas/index.php/lex_social/article/view/1976