No school should be allowed to turn away a gay student, Scott Morrison says
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has expressed a clear view that no school should be allowed to turn away a student because they are gay.
Mr Morrison refused to weigh into the issue on Wednesday, stating simply that "existing laws" enabled certain schools to turn students away based on their sexuality.
"We do not think that children should be discriminated against," Mr Morrison told Sky.
The ABC has confirmed one recommendation would force religious schools that discriminate against students to be open and up-front about their rules and beliefs.