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What does the home-school journey look like for students from Lorraine?

In this school year 2022-2023, schoolchildren, middle and high school students from Nancy-Metz Academy will be under the supervision of 29,751 first and second grade teachers.

However, young people from Lorraine sometimes travel to get to their businesses many kilometers from their homes. The distance that increases after arriving at college. What is school mobility between rural and urban areas in Lorraine?

74% of the young inhabitants of the Meuse live in a rural municipality

As of January 1, 2018, it was estimated that 37% of young people aged 3 to 24 lived in the rural town of Grand Est, i.e. dense or very sparsely populated. When approaching Lorraine, differences arise in more rural departments how Vosges and Meuse which show shares of 66% and 74%.

On the Moselle and Meurthe-et-Moselle sides, the proportion of young people living in rural areas represented 33% and 28% of the population aged 3 to 24, respectively. Interdepartmental differences that affect the educational mobility of students in Lorraine.

55% of young people from Lorraine study in the municipality of their residence

In 2018 more than 391,500 young people between the ages of 3 and 17 were enrolled in an educational institution in Lorraine, of which 55% in the municipality of their residence. In Meuse, this share drops to 41%, while Mosela has 59% of young people educated in the municipality of residence.

This figure also hides different facts, because the older you are, the less likely you are to have a school in your municipality of residence. In kindergartens and primary schools (3 to 10 years old), That’s about it 73% of students. When they come to the university (11 to 14 years), this proportion drops to 45% and then to 25% in secondary school (15 to 17 years). And in your department?

In rural areas: 18 kilometers of “home – high school” route.

For pupils who are not educated in their municipality of residence, the distance of the journey “home – school” increases with age in Grand Est. From 3 to 10 years, 50% of them travel at least 6 kilometers in rural areas compared to 5 kilometers in urban areas.

The difference widens greatly among high school students (15 to 17 years old). In the villages that are located in rural spacethe road leads to 18 kilometers. If it is far from the city center and very sparsely populated, add another 3 kilometers. IN urban municipalities vice versa, the distance is 8 kilometers.

51% of young Vosges leave their department to study

According to the latest residential mobility observed in Lorraine, 38% of “pupils, students, unpaid interns aged 14 and over” living in the Lorraine municipality changed their profession in 2019.

In more rural departments such as Meuse where Vosges students leave their place of residence more easily for studies or after obtaining the first contract.

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