User talk:Belgiumsikhs

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Bhai Sahib Ji, please review, change, correct or clarify recent edits, as needed, especially in reference to (GO!) as every article I can find on Flemish education is unclear and conflicting. As you may know in GB the term Public School - means private schools, what is the difference, in Belgium, between a public/private school that receives no government support and one that does. Also their was no mention of female students (Sikh) in the article, some of whom I assume might want to wear a scarf to cover their heads, rather than be ‘inhead’ or wear a turban.

Also are not some Gurdwaras setting up Sikh schools (including education in Sikh history and Gurmukhi)? Are Muslims also setting up schools as well? Surely there are Jewish schools as well. Does the government of Belgium review the curriculum of individual religious schools? Could you please address this in the article?

Thanks also for adding to the articles at Sikhiwiki. Please continue to do so in the future.

Also, Though I haven’t seen many contributions from him lately there is a young contributor from Belgium - Sunny talk who has contributed to many articles on this site.

Raab Rakha, Allenwalla 02:03, 21 November 2010 (EST)

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