Access Ministries uses taxpayer money to threaten parents over religious teaching
By Konrad Marshall
A powerful Christian organisation has threatened a small grassroots parent group with legal action for posting its religious curriculum book online.
The main provider of religious instruction in state schools, Access Ministries, this week warned activists from Fairness in Religion in Schools (FIRIS) to remove a copy of its teaching materials from their website.
Access Ministries, which delivers "Christian Religious Education" to around 90,000 Victorian primary students, contacted FIRIS after learning that a digital copy of its "Launch Red 1" teacher book was available for download.
For more details please check The Age Victoria