I had a good look and can't see anything there about the fees that the parents pay, which means we can conclude that school is state-funded.
Well, forgive me but that's a dumb attitude because in this way nothing's ever gonna change. You should complain about the mother's attitude as much as you do about the school's - or not complain at all.
Pathetic response. Perhaps you'd like to blame the kid too?
People involved in education in Warsaw (i.e. people such as the mother in question, and me) know which side the Kuratorium will take in a dispute.
.Do you really want us to believe that public school refused a child because his/her parents weren't married?
A state-funded school in Warsaw Poland did that exact thing.
When was that?In 1925?
I said a couple of years ago but now I think about it more, it would have been more like four or five years ago (time flies).
I want to add that my family has beed working in schools for last 4 decades.
Great: ask them how St. Dominik Savio in Lubin survives given that it charges the parents nothing and according to Magda gets nothing from the state either.