Selective admission policies to faith schools have been considered not to be in breach of the European Convention on Human Rights1, although the mechanism for selection to a religious school has been subject to challenge2, and school admission policies that are based on faith, will not be lawful if they are directly discriminatory on racial grounds3. States enjoy a wide margin of appreciation regarding the provision of religious education, schools admission and curriculum
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