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THURSDAY, JAN 22, 2009  |  11 comments
Children's Minister: Home education 'may be cover for abuse'
Ministers have launched a review of standards for up to 55,000 young people taught by mothers and fathers outside school.

It will investigate current procedures for monitoring home education ‚Äď as well addressing concerns over the safety and welfare of children.

Baroness Morgan, the Children's Minister, said home teaching could be a "cover for abuse" in extreme cases.

But parents' groups were infuriated by the comments.


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News Item1/25/09 4:27 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Lance Eccles wrote:
Well John, maybe the local madrasa will treat the kiddies nicely.
Probably not, Lance, but we understand why you might link Catholicism and Islam together, Understanding Islam and Roman Catholicism.
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News Item1/24/09 1:07 PM
Sharon S.  Find all comments by Sharon S.
kenny wrote:
I can only speak from my personal experience. I have known a lot of people who attended some type of RC school and every single one of them has a skewed view of Biblical Christianity. Many of them have no use for God at all. Some of them are still committed RCs but in my mind, that's no better than being a complete pagan.
I'm sure that not everyone who's ever attended RC schools shares the same experiences. I can only speak for the ones I've known and they are many.
That's fair. All we have are our personal experiences and in exchanging them with others we can broaden our understanding, can we not? :-)

Thanks for sharing.

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News Item1/24/09 1:03 PM
kenny  Find all comments by kenny
I can only speak from my personal experience. I have known a lot of people who attended some type of RC school and every single one of them has a skewed view of Biblical Christianity. Many of them have no use for God at all. Some of them are still committed RCs but in my mind, that's no better than being a complete pagan.

I'm sure that not everyone who's ever attended RC schools shares the same experiences. I can only speak for the ones I've known and they are many.

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News Item1/24/09 11:52 AM
Sharon S.  Find all comments by Sharon S.
kenny wrote:
I was talking to someone yesterday about how EVERYONE I have ever known who grew up attending a RC school has an utter contempt for anything Biblical and a strange disdain for authority.
My husband came out of parochial schools, and the Catholic Church, and rejected the system, but not the Bible.

My Catholic neighbor, and seemingly a born again Believer, will not leave the Catholic Church because to do so would mean separating herself from her family.

My Jewish friend from college attended Parochial schools, as did most Jewish children, because Parochial schools were better than the public school system.

Another Catholic friend from college stills loves everything Catholic.

These are "everyday, run-of-the-mill, Roman Catholic, and/or attendees of RCC schools," and do not fit your description.

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News Item1/24/09 11:25 AM
kenny  Find all comments by kenny
It's funny that John Yurich should mention RC schools. I was talking to someone yesterday about how EVERYONE I have ever known who grew up attending a RC school has an utter contempt for anything Biblical and a strange disdain for authority. All of them seem to have horror stories about their experiences there and it works to turn them totally away from Christ. I have always wondered what goes on there that creates such attitudes.
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News Item1/24/09 1:20 AM
Lance Eccles | Goulburn, Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lance Eccles
Well John, maybe the local madrasa will treat the kiddies nicely.
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News Item1/23/09 11:14 PM
John Yurich UK | UK  Find all comments by John Yurich UK
Not only is it child abuse to send children to government schools, but it is also child abuse to send children to Roman catholic schools, because Roman catholic schools were the schools that I went to when I was a boy and the nuns were not very nice people.
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News Item1/23/09 11:44 AM
kenny  Find all comments by kenny
In my opinion, at least here in the U.S., for a Christian parent to send their child into a government school is child abuse. No child from a real Christian home should be in a government school.
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News Item1/23/09 9:28 AM
Cliff Leckey | N. Ireland  Find all comments by Cliff Leckey
Methinks the Baroness is like her boss PM Brown, she to is into control freakery as well. Doesn`t she realize it wouldn`t be too difficult to provide a superior education than the state schools can attain to. I would suspect a primary reason is their HATRED of anything Christian including CHRISTIAN Home Schooling. This labour Government thinks smoke & mirrors will deceive everyone but they are really transparent.
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News Item1/22/09 6:01 PM
Twill  Find all comments by Twill
"Baroness Morgan, the Children's Minister, said home teaching could be a "cover for abuse" in extreme cases."

This is one sick baroness!!!

Her only excuse is that she is a politician.

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News Item1/22/09 5:40 PM
Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
"The Englishman will burn his bed to catch a flea."

Though I must concede that the Turk who coined this surely had little experience with Americans!

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