In the U.K., a reopened debate over worship in school

04/22/2004 | BBC

David Bell, the chief inspector of English schools, said because more than three-fourths of secondary schools are not holding mandatory daily worship, the requirement for collective prayer should become weekly or even monthly. Laws dating from 1944 mandate that the daily worship be of a mainly Christian nature.

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