Stephen Evans of the National Secular Society argues that the state should not fund religiously segregated faith schools, and examines the main political parties' positions on this and related issues.
Why RE in England and Wales is failing to teach the study of religions in an objective way, or one that is beneficial in a liberal democracy.
One teacher's account of what happened when some students started wearing religious clothing in violation of his school's uniform policy - and what the other teachers didn't do about it.
Professor Russell Sandberg examines a recent case in the High Court of Northern Ireland, and its implications for religious education and collective worship in schools elsewhere in the UK.
The Pope has given a carefully worded apology for the Catholic Church's role in Canada's residential schools. But is it enough?