FRANCE SPECIAL NEEDS

BY KEITH NUTHALL
THE FRENCH government will have to defend itself at the European Court of Justice against claims by the European Commission that it has broken European Union law over tough personnel regulations, restricting the employment of special needs teachers from other EU Member States.

Brussels claims that the rules clash with European directives on the mutual recognition of special needs teacher diplomas and general EU treaty commitments on the free movement of workers across the continent, Britain and Ireland.

Notably, said a ...


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