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'An Unholy Mess How virtually all religiously selective state schools in England are breaking the law'

'An Unholy Mess How virtually all religiously selective state schools in England are breaking the law'

The British Humanist Association has published a report detailing code breaches on how admissions are dealt with in faith schools. It says:

'However, from the Code breaches that were upheld by the OSA, we can
approximate that there were a total of 1,566 Code breaches amongst the
70 schools in the local authorities we surveyed (including the small number
of schools where the objection did not come from us) and 243 amongst the
seven other schools. From this we can estimate that across the 535 religiously
selective secondary schools in England there are about 12,055 breaches of
the School Admissions Code, or 23 breaches per school.'

Read the full report.

 

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