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Read today, two weeks from now Nicolas He hanged himself in his room, and the school’s reaction to his parents’ request for help makes the tragedy even more terrible. “They are a disgrace,” commented the French education minister. Gabriel Attal. Only cold bureaucracy in the words of the director and rector, references to the charter, an invitation not to exaggerate, with threats of denunciation and obvious distrust against the backdrop of despair of parents talking about a persecuted, unhappy child, incapable of reacting to insults, sometimes uttered by classmates even in the presence of teachers.
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Nicholas was 15 years old. He committed suicide by hanging himself with a pillowcase on September 5 at his home in Poissy, on the western outskirts of Paris. The new school year lasted only one school day. It was useless to change schools: he went to the second year of high school and a technical institute. But perhaps the wounds did not heal, or the persecution continued even in the summer. He didn’t talk about it anymore anyway. Not after reading with her mother Beatrice a registered letter sent by the Superintendent of the Province of Versailles on April 20th.
They even did it in front of their teachers. “But not during lessons, but during breaks,” the director answered the parents, emphasizing that this interfered with the measures taken. A few days ago, Brigitte Macron and Minister Attal went to console their parents. They met in the office of Mayor Poissy: “I could talk for a long time about my son, Madame Macron listened to me, hugged me, repeated that I should not feel guilty, and continued to call me these days. Minister Attal told me that the institutions are not up to standard, that there are irregularities. Here: it was good for us to hear these words and not think that it was only our fault. We now hope that some light will be shed on responsibility. Children who are bullied should not suffer pain and continue to be bullied. Nicolas was a nice boy, attentive to those around him; it is not true that he had no friends. He wanted to go and live in Guadeloupe, where his father’s family was from. He said everything is better there.” Read the full article
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