Clarity sought on religion in schools

NZ Herald 22 Aug 06
A select committee is to be briefed about religion in schools, amid concern that the issue might be getting “muddied”.
The briefing was sparked by a letter sent to the committee from parents upset that their child experienced some form of Christian teaching at school.
The parents were of a different faith and felt their child had been ill-treated in having “some Christian stuff imposed”, said NZ First MP Brian Donnelly.