Plans to stifle Christian freedoms in schools
June 26, 2015
The requirement for schools to have an act of collective worship should be abolished, says a report co-authored by former Education Secretary Charles Clarke. The report claims there should be a “new settlement” in the relationship between religion and schools, and the obligation for compulsory worship has failed to keep up with changes in attitudes to religion since its introduction in the 1940s.
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