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  • I think they should.

    I believe this because religious schools separate religious children from the rest of the community and other children. Religious school prevent kids from having an open mind to opinions that aren't within their beliefs, creating close minded adults. I also think school be about the development of the child's knowledge, wisdom, mental health, personality and creativity whilst religion should be taught in the home and places dedicated to the teaching of those religions such as a Church or Mosque.
    Not only that, but public schools provide the same curriculum as any other school so what's the point of them other than being a school for children with religious parents?

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