Irish State fails to explain religious discrimination in schools it runs directly The Department of Education has failed to explain why there is religious discrimination in access to even the few primary schools that the State runs directly, never mind in the schools where it cedes control to religious patrons. ...
Why does Irish State discriminate on religious grounds in two schools it runs directly? Ireland has nine State schools at primary level where the Minister for Education & Skills is patron. Last June Atheist Ireland wrote to the Dept of Education asking why as Patron they discriminate on religious grounds ...
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