Report: England's schools must improve religious education

Schools in England are not doing enough to teach the key beliefs of Christianity, according to a report from Ofsted, a watchdog group. The report finds that Christian students are being sidelined while other faiths are the focus of religious lessons. Religious education at secondary schools is inadequate in about one-fifth of classes, the report states.

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