Supporters and opponents of the program indicated that faith was being discussed in schools, despite ban

Almost one in five public school parents have objected to religious views being shared with their children through school chaplains, a review has found.

The review by research consultancy Kantar Public for the education department found that parents have a “lack of knowledge regarding the actual role” of chaplains, with most unsure how chaplains deal with the most serious issues including sexuality, alcohol and drug abuse, self harm and suicide.

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