Charting the Future of Religious Schools after the Ruddock Review by Understanding what came before

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Abstract

The Religious Freedom Review made six recommendations related to education. Making up just over a quarter of the review’s recommendations. Religion in education in Australia has had a turbulent history. In responding to these six recommendations policy makers, religious leaders and religious schools have much they can learn from Australia’ past. This paper places the religious Freedom review recommendations in their historical context. It highlights three lessons that can learned: The trap of self-interest and completion, the role of changing community attitudes to religion and shifting religious demographics and the role small changes have played in momentous shifts in education policy.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationReligious Freedom After Ruddock
Place of PublicationAustralia
PublisherThe University of Queensland
Publication statusUnpublished - 6 Apr 2019
EventReligious freedom after Ruddock - University of Queensland, St Luca, Australia
Duration: 6 Apr 20196 Apr 2019
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CountryAustralia
CitySt Luca
Period6/04/196/04/19
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Barker, R. (2019). Charting the Future of Religious Schools after the Ruddock Review by Understanding what came before. Unpublished. In Religious Freedom After Ruddock Australia: The University of Queensland.
Barker, Renae. / Charting the Future of Religious Schools after the Ruddock Review by Understanding what came before. Religious Freedom After Ruddock . Australia : The University of Queensland, 2019.
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Barker R. Charting the Future of Religious Schools after the Ruddock Review by Understanding what came before. In Religious Freedom After Ruddock . Australia: The University of Queensland. 2019