• Maintain an inclusive school curriculum that does not require any student to withdraw from class on account of different religious beliefs.
  • Formally cease the practice of volunteer-run special religious instruction (SRI) during school hours.
  • Follow an objective, fair and balanced comparative syllabus for education about religions and beliefs.
  • Treat all religious organisations who wish to use the school facilities outside of the school day with transparent and equitable policies.

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Bek StephThe Greens rock1 day ago

John DicksonIf Dr Kaye's 'enclosed' material includes the examples cobbled together for his earlier press release, I am confident he will only be undermining his/your case. It speaks volumes when you can't defeat a thing without misrepresenting it.1 day ago

Brian Tung'Let us move forward, then, into a new era of openness, effectiveness and accountability, intent on preserving what ought to be preserved, perfecting what needs to be perfected, and pruning wherever we find practices that ought to be prohibited.'1 day ago

ExposingReligion Australia Freedom from religionWe have passed on our regards to John Kaye with regards to this letter and suggest your followers do the same. We need to show support to politicians prepared to stand up, regardless of our own political leanings.1 day ago