A campaign on French television this weekend will show in slow motion a young boy being smacked by his mother, in a bid to shock parents out of the practice.
Iran and the French school leaving examinations are this morning's headline stories.
Some 660,000 secondary school students across France sit down today for the first of the series of exams which make up the baccalauréat, known as the bac.
Kenya's teachers threaten strike action. MPs reverse a pay cut and take the rest of the week off after their exertions. Police chiefs feud. Is the ICC racist?
Hands off our patriarchy! seems to be Le Figaro slogan of the day. La Croix looks at the Syrian catastrophe. And what have Qatar and Russia got to do with French football?
In the wake of the suicide car bombings on an army base and a French-run uranium mine in Niger, the papers ask what next?
France's lower house on Thursday approved a plan to allow more courses to be taught in English at French universities, despite concerns that such a move might undermine efforts to promote the ...
How many teachers do you need to run the French national education system? Nicolas Sarkozy thought you could do with fewer. He got rid of 80,000 teachers in his five years as president.
The threat of English continues to terrify certain French editors this morning. And a report says that billions are salted away in overseas tax-dodging accounts.
France’s parliament today begins debating a Socialist government proposal to allow university classes to be taught in foreign languages, namely English.