Islamic College of SA reported to schools registration board, amid parents' anger on teaching standards
The Islamic College of South Australia has been reported to the schools registration board by the South Australian Government.
Parents held another protest on Friday outside the school at West Croydon in Adelaide, saying it was being mismanaged, staff had been sacked and academic standards were in decline.
SA Education Minister Susan Close said the registration board had been asked to ensure the Australian curriculum was being taught appropriately and that the welfare of students was not at risk.
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