"Freedom of belief in the private sphere is paramount, but in our schools it is our responsibility to tackle those who actively undermine fundamental British values or equalities law.
"That doesn't just mean Ofsted, but everyone involved in education. Rather than adopting a passive liberalism, that says 'anything goes' for fear of causing offence, schools leaders should be promoting a muscular liberalism.
"That sort of liberalism holds no truck for ideologies that seek to close minds or narrow opportunity.
"Occasionally that will mean taking uncomfortable decisions or having tough conversations. It means not assuming that the most conservative voices in a particular faith speak for everyone - imagine if people thought the Christian Institute were the sole voice of Anglicanism. And it means schools must not be afraid, to call out practices, whatever their justification, that limit young people's experiences and learning in school. [Ron:
"In that regard schools must not, in their entirely correct goal of promoting tolerance, shy away from challenging fundamentalist practice [Ron: including Political Correctness, LGBTism and other Talmudic doctrines] where it appears in their schools or communities.
[Ron: This should mean that parents, students and teachers are NOT persecuted and discriminated against for discussing the truth about biology and, for example, the right to know and say that males and females are essentially determined by their biology. Nor should it preclude exploring the truth that homosexual practices are physically, psychologically and spiritually harmful to individuals and society generally.].