A week after the death of a high school student in the Lilas, Jean-Michel Blanquer advocates transparency on violence in schools. The Minister of National Education was speaking in an interview with Parisian Sunday

The Minister of National Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, asks for more clarity on violence in schools. In an interview with the Parisian Sunday, he wants "that the authorities can be transparent on security issues," a week after the death of Kewi, a teenager of 15 years, fatally stabbed at the entrance of the municipal stadium Lilac.

Between 20 and 30 serious incidents each day

Jean-Michel Blanquer has therefore decided to "make a regular national point on this subject, every quarter". In this state of mind, he wants to "publish the figures of school violence department by department", always for the sake of transparency. "Every day there are between 20 and 30 serious incidents," says the minister, "to be compared to the 63,000 schools in France.On Monday, Jean-Michel Blanquer will send inspectors to Sarcelles (Val d'Oise), where a teacher was punched by a student because he asked him to take off his cap.

The Minister of National Education also said that the placement of violent students in relay devices "begins to set up". This device was announced as part of the violence plan at the end of August.