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Adrien GOUTEYRON

Adrien GOUTEYRON, French Senator. Chevalier of the Legion of Honour; Chevalier of the National Order of Merit; Officer of the Palmes Académiques (for services to education) and member of Council of that order.

Background

  • GOUTEYRON, Adrien was born on May 13, 1933 in Rosières, Haute-Loire, France. Parents: Louis Gouteyron and Mélina Gouteyron (née Chabrier).

  • Education

    • Notre-Dame-de-France Boarding School. Le Puy High School; du Parc High School, Lyons. Faculty of Letters, Aix-en-Provence, agrégation (highest competitive examination for teachers).

    Career

    • On detachment to Ministry of Education, to director for elementary and secondary schools, 1970-1971. Member of office of Olivier Guichard, Minister of Education, 1971-1972. Technical adviser, 1972-1975, to Olivier Guichard, Joseph Fontanet, then René Haby.

      Director for non-selective secondary schools. Ministry of Education, 1975-1978. General Inspector of Education, 1975.

      Retired, 1984; Departmental Councillor for Vorey canton, since 1976. Vice-Chairman of Regional Council. Senator for HauteLoire, 1978, re-elected since 1983.

      Secretary of Cultural Affairs Committee. Qualified teacher, 1957. Teacher with agrégation, 1958, Roanne and Le Puy High Schools.

      Regional education inspector, Nantes, 1966-1968. Inspector of Schools, 1968-1970.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Rally for the Republic

    Connections

    • Spouse Rose-Marie Julien, 1956. Children: Serge. Claire.
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