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The continued reform of Religious Education in schools, including teaching about non-religious beliefs, has been urged in a new Ofsted report, which has been welcomed by humanists.
Many people working in faith schools are working for community cohesion, but policies based on religious selection, discrimination and segregation work against them, says Simon Barrow. A different ethos and approach is needed.
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