This curriculum is specifically for Islamic education in Singapore. The Council wants their curriculum to uphold the Islamic values of goodness to humanity, justice, brotherhood, and the importance of contributing to the development of human civilization. This curriculum aims to develop Muslims intellectually, spiritually, and emotionally through the knowledge and internalization of Islamic values and moral teachings.
Posted on December 10, 2011
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