I agree with you Raphael that coding schools for refugees need to be held accountable
but agree with Michael that your article needs to point at more facts and evidence instead of suggesting at them — because without facts it is hardly constructive for the sector.
Also, sometimes you talk about one specific experience or school — not for all of them. Maybe avoid generalisation but do name the people you make allusion to?
Finally in your suggestions for improvement there are two points (1 and 3) that have been taken into account by schools like Redi in Berlin and others. So when I read you, I am like “hummm well yeah, but it already exists for some”.
Now, it depends on what kind of articles you want to write Raphael: an opinion piece or a critic? :)
You clearly have become fully Parisian my dear Raph ahahah