Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Bradford madrassas leading reforms to 'safeguard Muslim students'

New guidelines aimed at protecting Muslim children in religious schools are being introduced in Bradford. So what are the changes and how successful have they been?

Leading the way, the Jami'at Tabligh-ul-Islam Mosque, which provides lessons for children aged seven to 18, has been one of the first institutions to take up the guidelines.

These include criminal record checks for all religious teachers and greater parental involvement over what is taught.

So far, reaction has been positive.


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