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The Organisation for Religious Education and Democracy wanted the religion policy of six schools declared unconstitutional.
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If religious observance is to be carried out in schools, it must come from the community. If the school does it, it is violating the Constitution.
The OGOD argument would allow the government to enforce a particular worldview on all schools. This is exactly what the apartheid government used to do.