A gentleman responds (in the Herald Scotland letters page) to the Scottish Secular Society's vision that children should not be segregated according to the beliefs of their parents.
His argument is that all education separates our children...whether it be through affordability of school fees, catchment area issues, physical/mental disabilities or needs, and even gender. Faith or belief, or lack thereof, he argues, is being singled out by the Scottish Secular Society.
It is an interesting argument and one the secular group is having difficulty arguing with.
To read the article, click here.