Explainer: What the law says about Religious Instruction in schools

Australian Humanist, The 114:14 (2014)

Barker, Renae In recent weeks the issue of the religious content of Australian education has been hotly debated. In February The Age reported the latest development: principals in several Victorian state schools had ceased to offer special religious instruction in their schools
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