This is the website for the pilot program teaching about religious cultures and secular ethics in 19 regions of the Russian Federation. This course started on the 1st of April 2010. This website has the purpose and objectives of the course, curriculum, textbook materials, and other relevant materials.
This webpage of the UK Department of Education provides numerous publications on religious education in England, which are aimed at local authorities, schools and education professionals. Most of these publications provide non-statutory guidance about the high-quality religious education in the curriculum of English schools.
The RE Council of England and Wales has published a toolkit for generating positive local media coverage for religious education. The guide includes ideas for stories; tips for news releases; and for avoiding pitfalls.
The following questions and answers are designed to assist school boards as they make decisions about the curriculum and educators as they teach about religion in ways that are constitutionally permissible, educationally sound, and sensitive to the beliefs of students and parents. The text also offers resources which provide an excellent background material for understanding [...]
A Book on an Apparent Palestinian Conceptual Framework For Civic Education – Proceedings of the Workshops
This book is as a result of many centralized and local workshops conducted by Teacher Creativity Center in Jenin, Hebron, Ramallah, and Gaza City The goal of these workshops was to create a debating environment concerning the conceptual framework for civic education. The book contains every working paper presented during the workshops, in addition to [...]
Some of the major issues that this text focuses on are identity, belonging, participation and engagement in multi-faith and multicultural UK, handling of the sometimes difficult issues that arise when dealing with faith and citizenship in the classroom, theoretical underpining of tackling these issues within the framework of the school curiculum and resources that can [...]
This project was undertaken by WRERU on behalf of the Department for Children Schools and Families (DCSF). The starting point was an acknowledgement of the commitment made in all sectors of school education (maintained, independent, voluntary aided, academies) to the promotion of community cohesion, and tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions. The project intended [...]
RE Today Services works nationally in the UK and internationally to support Religious Education in schools. It is committed to the teaching of the major world faiths in Religious Education, and to an accurate and fair representation of their beliefs, values and practices in all its teaching materials. RE Today produces a range of professional [...]
The Religion and Society website provides information about 75 original research projects recently commissioned in the UK by the Arts and Humanities Research and Economic and Social Research Councils on different aspects of the relationship between religion and society. Projects are across disciplines and some are historical and/or international in focus. Six projects are about [...]