in

Most faculty leaders don’t agree with collective worship legislation

Most faculty leaders don’t agree with collective worship legislation


(Photo: Unsplash)

A brand new ballot has discovered that the majority faculty leaders oppose the authorized requirement to carry collective worship in colleges in England. 


According to the ballot of two,000 senior leaders of main and secondary colleges within the nation, practically three quarters (70%) disagree or strongly disagree with it. 

Current legislation requires colleges to carry every day acts of collective worship and states that this should be “wholly or primarily of a broadly Christian character”.

Only one in 10 (12%) of senior leaders have been in favour of the present legislation requiring collective worship. 

The figures come from a survey by Teacher Tapp on behalf of the National Secular Society and have been printed alongside beforehand unreleased 2022 polling information through which two thirds of academics stated their faculty doesn’t maintain collective worship. 

This rose to over three quarters (79%) of academics from colleges and not using a non secular character and 84% amongst these educating at secondary colleges. The 2022 ballot requested the views of seven,600 faculty academics.



Comments

Express your views here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Disqus Shortname not set. Please check settings

Written by Admin

Accepting N.R.A. Endorsement, Trump Pledges to Be Gun Owners’ Ardent Ally

Accepting N.R.A. Endorsement, Trump Pledges to Be Gun Owners’ Ardent Ally

Are We in a New Golden Age for the Movie Soundtrack?

Are We in a New Golden Age for the Movie Soundtrack?