Muslim education in Britain: Learning to live together, or separately | The Economist: "This week the Bradford Council for Mosques, representing 80 or so places of Muslim worship, published a report about the city's madrassas; its co-sponsors included the West Yorkshire Police and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, a respected NGO. Although the language is cautious and euphemistic, it gives a sense of the distinctive social reality in which many Muslim children in England grow up. It opens by predicting that the number of Bradford children attending part-time religious schools "will increase considerably over the coming years" on present demographic trends."
The report (pdf) is here: Bradford Council of Mosques, Children Do Matter... (Bradford Council of Mosques, 2013). Haven't read the report yet.