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Shifting from chaplains to secular student welfare officers can be divisive. Here's how schools can manage the risks

By Allan Dale, Professor in Tropical Regional Development, The Cairns Institute, James Cook University
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It’s not the first time Australian schools have been given a choice of a religious school chaplain or a secular welfare officer, and for some schools the decision can be divisive.The Conversation

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