By Caroline BeyerPosted 3 hours ago, Updated 3 hours agoA Muslim high school student from Lycée Paul-Gauguin in the La Source district of Orléans. Eric MALOT/MAXPPPDÉCRYPTAGE – National Education has sent them several notes to call on them to be vigilant and enforce the law. his services took over, obviously taking the matter seriously. The national “Valeurs de la République” center on Rue de Grenelle recently sent several notes to rectorates on the wearing of “ostensibly” religious outfits. Objectives: to call for vigilance on attacks on secularism and to recall the framework of the 2004 law, which prohibits religious signs and clothing in school grounds. Interviewed on September 4 by La Dépêche du Midi on Islamism and the he anti-Semitism at school, Pap Ndiaye affirmed that he “would be careful not to generalize these phenomena”. “There are points of vigilance, but that does not say everything about the 60,000 schools and educational establishments in France”, he added. A way to temporize, as he had done in June already, when the media had echoed reports in several academies – starting with that of Paris –… This article is reserved for subscribers. You have 71% left to discover. Cultivating your freedom means cultivating your curiosity. Non-binding subscription Already a subscriber? Login
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