Parents at the Islamic College of South Australia are being advised by the state's independent schools union to consider sending their children elsewhere because of ongoing controversy over the school's management and curriculum.

A review of the school at Croydon was this week ordered by the State Government following weeks of complaints by parents.

Several protests were held there, with parents claiming mismanagement by the board resulted in the sacking of key staff and the decline of academic standards.

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