Bill: Religious Schools Act 3300
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: March 3301
|Issue: The governments stance on religious schools|
Current Position: Any religion may set up a school, with no regulations.
Proposed Position: Religious schools are not allowed.
Rationale: Religion should be a matter for parents at home, not within the education system.
We are bound to the following international treaties on this subject: Secular Freedom Treaty.
Old value:: Any religion may set up a school, with no regulations.
Current: Religious schools are allowed, but are strictly regulated. Only recognised religions may set up religious schools.
Proposed: Religious schools are not allowed.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||18:28:29, May 07, 2012 CET||From||Alorian Libertarian Party||To||Debating the Religious Schools Act 3300|
|Message||We suggest that if a Faith School is wanted, then it should be free from Government interference. State Schools must not push religion onto students, but if parents choose for their children to go to a faith school, if parents want their child to go to a faith school, then that should be their choice, not the choice of Government.|
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|Random fact: Real-life organisations should not be referenced in Particracy, unless they are simple and generic (eg. "National Organisation for Women" is allowed).|