Why is it called "basic"?
The school is "basic" for several reasons. First, because it takes the push for school renewal back to the beginning--to the neighborhood school and to the first years of formal learning.
Second, it's called "basic" because it gives priority to language and to a core of essential knowledge. Finally, the school is "basic" because it identifies practices that really work and seeks to make them available to every child.
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