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Jean-Marie Renault, academic director of the Charente region, answers journalists' questions during a press conference on December 10, 2012 in Angouleme, western France, after a French teacher who has been accused of asking her students to write an essay in which they imagined themselves as a suicidal teenager has been suspended pending an investigation. The teacher, who works at the Montmoreau-Saint-Cybard secondary school in the Charente region, will discover next week if she is to face disciplinary action following an outcry among parents over a composition she reportedly set for her class of 13- and 14-year-olds. PIERRE DUFFOUR/AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read PIERRE DUFFOUR/AFP/Getty Images)
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Jean-Marie Renault, academic director of the Charente region, answers journalists' questions during a press conference on December 10, 2012 in Angouleme, western France, after a French teacher who has been accused of asking her students to write an essay in which they imagined themselves as a suicidal teenager has been suspended pending an investigation. The teacher, who works at the Montmoreau-Saint-Cybard secondary school in the Charente region, will discover next week if she is to face disciplinary action following an outcry among parents over a composition she reportedly set for her class of 13- and 14-year-olds. PIERRE DUFFOUR/AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read PIERRE DUFFOUR/AFP/Getty Images)
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