Well if a state school was acting illegally by not accepting a pupil due to religious reasons, and not because of a lack of places, the Kuratorium would have been able to resolve this to the satisfaction of the parents.
ROFL! I see that you know exactly how state schools in Warsaw work, or at least you think you do. Unlike you, the mother in question works in the education sector in Warsaw (just as I did for a decade) and that is precisely why she didn't bother complaining about the school to the Kuratorium.
Also, why would the school come up with such an outlandish excuse (you're not married so no joy) if there actually was a rational excuse (lack of places).
The truth was that the kid was rejected because the parents were not married. If they had needed to, the school could have claimed that the problem was lack of places but given the way the state school system works, they'd never need to (except possibly to a journalist).
I can believe in "bad things happening in Poland";
But if it's a foreigner telling about them, you have to defend the Poland: how sadly predictable.
It's a mess.
As Poles will agree when speaking to each other. But if a foreigner makes exactly the same observations, those Poles have to 'defend Poland'.
I just like those bad things to sound at least a tad logical (within the Polish system of doing things, whether bad or otherwise)
As shown by 'polonius', open bigotry is very much what can be expected from some 'religious' morons.