Column: England's faith-based schools can broaden appeal

01/6/2009 | Guardian (London), The

England's faith-based schools can protect themselves from criticism that they are too exclusive by examining their admissions process, forming partnerships with community schools and businesses, and determining who has oversight of the schools. A policy group has suggested that a student's faith play no part in his or her admission to the schools in order to attract a wider spectrum of students.

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