Title

Exploring religion in school: A national priority

Publication Date

2004

Abstract

The teaching of religion in schools remains a source of contention. State school systems tend to skirt it. Religious schools tend to skew it. And in both cases students tend to scorn it. In this book, the author seeks to develop an approach that offers all types of school a way forward. He argues that there are valid educational reasons for giving religious education core status in any general curriculum, and he makes many practical suggestions for classroom teaching and assessment

School/Institute

School of Education

Document Type

Book

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