Ofsted warns of religious belief to indoctrinate youth minds

(MENAFN) Ofsted's chief Amanda Spielman warned of people who take advantage of schools to "indoctrinate impressionable minds" under the appearance of religious belief.

She noted how inspectors are exceedingly stumbling upon individuals who "actively pervert" the essence of education.

Schools ought to avoid believing that the "most conservative voices" of a specific religious group speak for everyone, the chief schools inspector plans to warn during a speech to a Church of England education conference.

Several people were accused by Ms. Spielman of aspiring to narrow students' horizons "under the pretext of religious belief, they use education institutions, legal and illegal, to narrow young people's horizons, to isolate and segregate, and in the worst cases to indoctrinate impressionable minds with extremist ideology."


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