Concern grows about anti-Catholic bullying in schools

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A survey carried out among religious education teachers by the National Anti-Bullying Research and Resource Centre at Dublin City University has revealed that many of them are concerned about religious-based bullying of Catholic students.

The survey, Inclusive Religious Education: The Voices of Religious Education Teachers in Post Primary Schools in Ireland: Identity, bullying and inclusion investigates contemporary views and experiences of 214 religious education teachers in post-primary schools in Ireland around the issue of inclusion.