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Religion to be mandatory class up to high school in Romania

de A.C.
Vineri, 29 februarie 2008, 16:53 English | Top News

Romanian Education Ministry representatives together with Romanian Orthodox Church (BOR)  officials decided on Friday that religion classes would be mandatory in primary and secondary school and may even be mandatory for the first two classes of high school. BOR spokesperson Constantin Stoica said that the decision would be included in the education law.

Stoica declared that, when aged 16, children would be able to choose whether they want to study religion further or not.

Education Ministry state secretary Sevetlana Preoteasa declared that religion classes were necessary, not mandatory for a child 's upbringing. She added that school representatives would consider each pupil's religion for these classes.

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