Frederik and Mary of Denmark, scandal overwhelms their children's super exclusive school

The prince Christian was already attending the Herlufsholm boarding school, where the entire ruling class of the country was formed. But now the heir to the throne and his wife withdraw it, announcing that his second daughter will not be registered there. Here because

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At the Herlufsholm Institute, the most exclusive boarding school in Denmark, the scandal breaks out: a journalistic investigation reveals bullying and abuses against students. And Prince Frederik, after having already withdrawn his son Christian from school, makes it known that Isabella will not be enrolled there - Photo | video

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THE SCANDAL - The college has a history of five centuries. Built in 1565 in a monastery 80 kilometers from Copenhagen, it is considered the most exclusive institution in the country, so much so that even the royals have attended it. The fees are mind-boggling: from 6,000 to 20,000 euros per month. But a TV2 investigation put him in a sham: stories of sexual violence, of freshmen forced to drink the urine of elderly students, beatings and bullying were told.

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THE DECISION - At the outbreak of the scandal, several heads were blown and the principal and the board of directors resigned. The ministry of education has launched an investigation and is asking for all students' fees to be reimbursed and for school funding to be cut. But it's not enough for the royals. Frederik of Denmark, the future king, retired his son Christian in June. And he has already announced that Isabella will not be enrolled in Herlufsholm. On the other hand, Princess Mary runs a foundation that fights against bullying. And certainly not the words that the new head teacher, Tim Petersen, used to calm the mind, blaming 'a subculture limited to some students'. More interesting is what Peter Allerup, professor emeritus at the Danish Institute of Pedagogy declared to the New York Times: 'In Denmark we don't like hierarchy. The idea of ​​a horizontal society is the national mantra. But those who are at the top, in elite circles, do not have the slightest sympathy for non-hierarchical structures ”.

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