Tue 25 March 2008, The Independent

Schools 'should use imams and rabbis for religious instruction'

By Richard Garner
State schools would be required to give religious instruction in every pupil's faith under a radical shake-up of education proposed by Britain's biggest teachers' union. Under the plan, Christian schools and community comprehensives must allow the local imam or rabbi in to give religious instruction if they had Muslim or Jewish pupils.
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