71% of French school children "regularly suffer from irritability."
63% are nervous.
One in four has stomach or headaches once a week or more.
40% complain of frequent insomnia.
Why is France the only nation in the world that discourages its children for what they aren't, rather than encouraging them to be who they are?
Ancien grand reporter pour Time Magazine et the Wall Street Journal,
Peter Gumbel est l'auteur de On achève bien les écoliers (Grasset, 2010)
et de Élite Academy, enquête sur la France malade de ses grandes écoles