Does the banning of head-scarfs at school mean (HEAD-SCARF WEARING) kids are (WILL BE) schooled in private Muslim schools
One could think that would happen, if the French reasoned like Americans. But there's a different cultural context.
Muslim schools are scarce and expensive in France. Muslim families tend to have low or average incomes.
As so, families tend to keep their kids in public schools and gave up the use of headscarves.
There's also a societal pressure against the headscarf, which is less strong in the US.
Does the banning of the burqua in France's civil service mean Muslim women end up more isolated and powerless because many jobs are not (WILL NOT BE) open to them (WHILE WEARING THE BURQUA)?
That can't happen in France.
To be in the civil service, one needs to possess the French nationality.
A French woman willing to wear the burqa? I doubt it.
A Muslim woman that gave up her nationality to acquire the French nationality and still wants to wear the burqa? (and wants to become a civil servant) I doubt it.
The logical conclusion is that the few women that wear the burqa in France will welcome the new law and abandon its use..