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18th Annual ISNA Education Forum

18th Annual ISNA Education Forum Preparing Islamic Schools for a Changing World Knowledge, discoveries and innovations are expanding at an exponential rate. Studies show that 65% of today’s school children will be employed after they graduate college in jobs that don’t exist today. Our students will face challenges that we cannot foresee in both their faith and practice. Educators must ... Read More »

Empowerment through sports and education

Empowerment through sports and education Sports and education have played a part in empowering people who feel stigmatized by disability. In Chechnya, Islamic Relief has been working with the Chechen Union of Visually Handicapped to set up a learning centre for people who are blind or have severe problems with their eyesight. The centre offered about 450 people opportunities in ... Read More »

New Book Sheds Light on Education of Muslim Youth

New Book Sheds Light on Education of Muslim Youth A new book by Notre Dame professor Ebrahim Moosa offers an expansive introduction to madrasas, the most common kind of religious schools in the Islamic world. “I wrote this book for those who are curious and eager to know what exactly transpires in these institutions,” said Moosa, professor of Islamic Studies ... Read More »

Islamic education in Europe

Islamic education in Europe Faith of our fathers Fearing extremism and lack of integration, European governments want more of the continent’s imams to be home-grown FOR a snapshot of how Europeans, Muslim and non-Muslim, learn about Islam, visit the Centrum mosque near Hamburg railway station. A converted public bath, it is one of about 60 prayer spaces serving 200,000 Muslims ... Read More »

The Fear of Islam in Tennessee Public Schools

The Fear of Islam in Tennessee Public Schools Concerns about religious indoctrination have emerged in several overwhelmingly white, Christian counties. Why? Williamson County, Tennessee, embodies demographic stereotypes about the South: The county just south of Nashville is overwhelmingly white, Christian, and Republican. But this fall, a curious controversy emerged there. Parents and school-board members have voiced worries about alleged Islamic ... Read More »

Philosophies of Islamic education

Philosophies of Islamic education Recent years have witnessed a revival of interest in Islamic education and in reconfiguring knowledge, learning and education in Muslim traditions as paramount in the study and appreciation of cultures shaped by Islam. A recently published book, ‘Philosophies of Islamic Education’ (2016), stands in tandem to this call and makes pioneering theoretical and historical contributions, which ... Read More »

Welcome to the Muslim Educational Trust – MET

Welcome to the Muslim Educational Trust – MET The Muslim Educational Trust was founded in 1993 in response to the community’s needs in the Portland area. These needs for education about Islam were generated by the Muslim community as well as the Non-Muslim community. Muslim Educational Trust is dedicated to the betterment of our society, and strives to achieve its ... Read More »

NORTH DUBLIN MUSLIM NATIONAL SCHOOL

NORTH DUBLIN MUSLIM NATIONAL SCHOOL The North Dublin Muslim School was opened in September 2001 with 3 classrooms and 3 teachers. The School is the second state-funded Muslim school in Dublin and Ireland and it is a co-educational school under the Trusteeship and Patronage of the Islamic Foundation of Ireland. It has started as a response to the growing need ... Read More »

THE MUSLIM NATIONAL SCHOOL

THE MUSLIM NATIONAL SCHOOL The Muslim National School in Dublin is the first state funded primary school for Muslim children in Ireland. It was established by the Islamic Foundation of Ireland in 1990. The idea of a Muslim national school in Dublin was prompted by the growing number of Muslim families and a deep felt need for an education which ... Read More »

Centre for Research and Evaluation in Muslim Education

Centre for Research and Evaluation in Muslim Education The Centre for Research and Evaluation in Muslim Education (CREME) is the first research centre of its kind in a mainstream British university. Our centre has since its inception in 2012 produced, supported and disseminated research on wide ranging issues pertaining to Muslim education including the theory of Islamic education, the role ... Read More »