Bac: the 61 copies disappeared found in a brewery in Paris
Students of Terminale pass the Philosophy test of the Baccalaureate, June 15, 2017 in Paris
Sixty-one copies of the baccalaureate ES, announced on Monday “stolen” in Paris, were found in a brewery in the capital, police said Thursday, confirming information from LCI.
The Ministry of Education had announced on Monday that 61 Parisian pupils would be forced to pass the mathematics test of the baccalaureate ES after their copies had been “stolen from the bag of a corrector”, a fact “Really rarissime”.
According to a police source, the copies were found in a brewery in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, not far from the restaurant where they had disappeared. “It was the manager who found the bag that warned the police,” said the source.
They may have been “lost or stolen”, she added, asserting that “all hypotheses are open”.
Fifty-eight of the sixty-one pupils re-entered the event on Wednesday and three were to repeat the test during the September catch-up session, the ministry told AFP.
The scoring of this test will be decided after “regulatory verifications” on the recovered copies, he added.