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The Falloux Law was promulgated in a context in which French Catholics were worried about the increasing role of the state in education since the Revolution of and the reorganisation of the imperial University. They thought that the imperial education system, inherited from the First Empire 's reforms, excessively diffused Enlightenment , republican and socialist ideas.
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The Bourbon Restoration had in part satisfied these wants, by tolerating teaching by religious congregations, although it still theoretically remained prohibited, and had also granted more weight to bishops in the education system, enabling schooling programs to give more attention to Catholicism. However, the July Monarchy was much less friendly to this reactionary trend. Although the Guizot Law of partially satisfied Catholics by authorising private teaching in primary education, it kept secondary and higher education under the University's supervision.
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Although it favoured public schools, it still allowed private teaching establishments. Thus, parliamentary debates were resumed. The decree of 11 December made the upcoming law on education an organic law , which should thus be reserved to the Constituent Assembly's initiative. A Legitimist i. Falloux clearly aimed at restoring Roman Catholicism to the forefront of French schooling and society, describing his program in his Memoirs : "God in education. The Pope at the head of the Church.
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Having dissolved Carnot's commission, Falloux created two new ministerial commissions, dedicated to preparing the draft laws for primary and secondary education, which quickly merged. Both were composed by a majority of conservative Catholics. Surprisingly, Thiers, formerly a critic of the Church's involvement in education, was one of those who most supported Catholics' influence in the education system, being ready to hand over to the clergy the whole of the primary education establishments, whilst bishop Dupanloup and others strong Catholics calmed his excessive claims.
Upset by this measure, in part because the December decree had given the initiative for the legislative process, concerning organic laws, to the Assembly, the latter nominated a new parliamentary Commission to re-establish its prerogatives following a proposition by the moderate Republican Pascal Duprat. Parliamentary debates focused on Article 9 of the new Constitution concerning education.
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