58%
Yes
42%
No
50%
Yes
42%
No
8%
Yes, we should respect all cultural and religious traditions

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 @9MLSNR6answered…1wk1W

It would depend on the practices of the particular school. If the student has signed up for the school knowing their policies, then I believe the school is within their right to implement their policies.

 @9MRYW5Ranswered…5 days5D

The relationship between the Catholic Church and the education system needs to be eliminated at a more fundamental level.

 @9MQSRDM answered…6 days6D

Not the Burka as I think this is more than a religious symbol and a repression tool for women. The niqab should be allowed

 @8TXGTKRanswered…3yrs3Y

All state funded and aided schools should be secular. Therefore, no religious attire.

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