Religious Education Scrapped
The Victorian Govenrment has dropped the lunchtime bombshell for religious education in school. It will move to lunchtime.
Children can opt in – and elect to miss lunch in exchange for learning about god or gods.
Panorama Reporter Tess Johsnon hit the beat to get a figure on what this might mean.
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