Another school chaplain expelled

The expulsion of a Church of Scotland minister as the chaplain at a Glasgow Council Gaelic School for expressing his religious and political views, following upon the recent expulsion of a Christian  evangelical chaplain at another Scottish school, raises profound issues about the access of religious groups to pupils in our state schools.

Local authorities and school head teachers are, in fact, acting as censors and religious functionaries in determining which religious organisations will be allowed into our schools and which religious views will be allowed to be expressed to pupils.

Is it not time to end religious observance in schools?


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