Community schools with no religious observance ‘backed by 60% of Scots’



Almost two-thirds of Scots would back the establishment of community schools with no religious observance, according to a new survey.
The Humanist Society Scotland is asking parents to support a new petition calling on the Scottish Parliament to give headteachers the right to adopt a “non-religious community schools model” as an alternative to the current non-denominational and denominational system.
Polling by Survation found that 60 per cent of people would support such non-religious schools, open to children of all faiths and none, while 22 per cent neither support or oppose the idea.
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20 August 2018 in Politics, Views: 54
Source: Scotsman
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