Faith schooling has come under serious attack in recent years, and stands accused of contributing to social fragmentation, hidden selectivity, and of being the improper beneficiary of public funds in a secular society. Others see faith schools as integral to the human rights of believers who should be free educate their children in their own religious tradition, and as contributing to excellence and diversity with the sector. This colloquium at Blackfriars jointly sponsored by the Las Casas Institute and the Christian Muslim Forum focuses on schooling in the different Christian and different Muslim traditions.

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