Lol what a joke this notion is. If you want to ban tackling in rugby you may aswell just ban rugby full stop. If you're scared of getting injured then go play table tennis or some other sport which involves no contact and very little physical exertion.
The problem is not rugby in schools. The problem is the tackling rules in rugby, Look at a TV rugby game from 25 years ago. The tackling was much lower down. Any tackling in open play above the waist should be banned. The aim of a rugby tackle is to take the players legs from under him, not to crash in to him so that the ball is forced out of his grip.
IMO it's a ridiculous idea. Sure there are some pretty bad injuries, but most of them occur when the rules aren't adhered to properly (high tackles, etc.) Even just a ban in school would be bad, schools are where a lot of people (including myself) pick up the game, and I really just don't see touch rugby as being particularly appealing. I would understand the argument to bring in head protection, though.
No lol, either teach it properly or not at all.
Why not just teach kids to tackle properly? That would reduce the number of injuries dramatically