Prime Minister Scott Morrison aims to ban private or religious schools from expelling students on the basis of their sexuality..
“I will be taking action to ensure amendments are introduced as soon as practicable to make it clear that no student of a non-state school should be expelled on the basis of their sexuality,”
Archbishop Mark Coleridge,the president of the Australian Catholic Bishops Conference, called for shherence f catholic school rules once enrolled.
“Once employed or enrolled, people within a Catholic school community are expected to adhere to the school’s mission and values,”
-reports as per the Sydney Morning Herald.
Australia’s parliament voted to legalise same-sex marriage in December after a nationwide postal survey returned an overwhelming majority in favour of the unions.
Morrison mentioned how his government does not support expulsion of students from religious non-state schools on the basis of their sexuality.