27 November 2015

The regulation of UK Madrassas is long overdue, but Muslim parents won’t like to admit that

Madrassas will face new regulations under government plans published this week. And many Muslim parents, while not publicly say, will welcome the proposals.

Under the plans, any out-of-school setting providing intensive education would be required to register and be open to inspection.

Consultations on the plans is set to run until 11 January which aims to gather more information on the number and variety of out-of-school settings.

The majority of Muslim children attend their local mosque at least two hours a day to learn Arabic and the Quran.

Whilst some mosques have now modernised, many have stuck to specific teaching methods. [Asian Image] Read more