Faith Schools We Can Believe In: Ensuring that tolerant and democratic values are upheld in every part of Britain’s education system

Nov 22, 2010

By Alice Harber, John Bald, Neal Robinson, Elena Schiff.

Britain’s faith schools – and other schools – are increasingly vulnerable to extremist influences. Current due diligence checks are piecemeal, partial and lack in-depth expertise and our education bodies the DfE, Ofsted, independent inspectorates, education authorities and schools themselves, are ill-equipped to counter extremism. Faith Schools We Can Believe In proposes key structural, legislative and contractual changes to the way in which both the Department for Education and Ofsted do their work.

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Alice Harber

Alice Harber
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