Exclusive Brethren sect school gets $1.2m library

An Exclusive Brethren school in Bendigo (Australia) with just 53 students has received $1.2 million in federal funding in order to build a new library.

A second school run by the controversial sect in Swan Hill in Victoria’s north-west has been given $800,000 to build a school hall, despite having just 16 primary school students, The Age reported.

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