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Beyond the general inspection of National Education denouncing homophobic and sexist abuses within the Stanislas Catholic establishment in Paris, it is now the "culture" of the institute which is today being singled out for criticism. finger, and not legally reprehensible facts.

The Stanislas Institute remains stuck in the eye of the storm.

While a report from the General Inspectorate of National Education, denouncing homophobic and sexist abuses within the establishment, pushed the City of Paris to suspend its subsidies, it is now a letter from the Ministry of Education. 'Education, sent to Catholic education in Paris, which shines the spotlight on the prestigious Catholic college-high school in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. 


y learns that the ministry does not confirm the facts of homophobia or sexism in Stanislas which had been reported in the press in 2022 and which had led rue de Grenelle to launch an investigation.

On the other hand, he points out the non-compliance with the association contract which links the establishment to the State, because religion courses are compulsory there, contrary to what the law requires. 

“An unequal culture between girls and boys”

Furthermore, the "Stan spirit" is singled out in this letter where it is described as "an unequal culture between girls and boys, invited to respect strict codes of masculinity and femininity, which would encourage homophobia and Sexism".

The Paris rectorate and Stanislas are working to implement an action plan.



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