Monthly Archives: September 2016

Failed Independent Muslim School Claims Alternative is Radicalised Home Education

The Daily Mail is reporting that a failing independent Muslim school in East London has lost an appeal against being shut down. During the appeal, the school claimed that if it were forced to close, pupils would be at risk of radicalisation through being home educated instead.

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Changes to Lincolnshire Home Education Protocol

Lincolnshire Council is proposing to make some changes to its elective home education protocol and is asking for feedback by the end of September 2016. The protocol is underpinned by the belief that the council is required to be satisfied about the quality of education that parents are providing. The problem with this belief is that it is not correct.

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