It’s terrible. It’s nothing but loaded question after loaded question, with no opportunity for nuance. The Australian Christian Lobby is begging for you to tell them to kick Christianity out of the curriculum. These are the kinds of questions they ask:
Faith-based school communities and families who homeschool should have the flexibility to teach creation alongside evolution and the big bang theory.
Let us teach nonsense in the classroom!
While sustainability, Indigenous and Asian themes may be interesting and important, the current curriculum emphasises these issues at the expense of other important themes that should also be addressed by the Curriculum.
We’re teaching too much crap about non-white people!
You know, there should be some instruction in general religion in schools — I consider it to be along the lines of telling kids not to eat poison. But this survey is all about teaching only a biased, emphatically fundamentalist position to them as good. How about giving them a secular education instead? Is that too much to ask?
Hmmm. I know some people who might provide a counterbalancing perspective.