The Affects of Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam in Public Schools

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Title

The Affects of Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam in Public Schools

Subject

Christianity, Buddhism, Islam, school prayer, 1962, public schools, economics, family relationships

Description

Religious associations not being allowed to be discussed throughout the world is a major problem. These controversies affect romantic relationships, family relationships, and economics most frequently. The three religions I will be discussing most in depth include; Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam. All three religions have a very hard time passing for being properly taught in public school systems. Which I think is an article very up for debate and also based on the maturity of the teacher. I am so ecstatic to dive into this subject.

Creator

Ashley N. Schneller

Source

http://www.theblaze.com/contributions/educators-ignore-the-part-religion-can-play-in-education/

http://www.faithfacts.org/christ-and-the-culture/the-impact-of-christianity

https://carm.org/christians-and-education

http://www.centerforpubliceducation.org/Main-Menu/Public-education/The-law-and-its-influence-on-public-school-districts-An-overview/Religion-and-Public-Schools.html

Publisher

Bhikkhu Bodhi
Matt Silck
John Horvat

Date

1962-present

Contributor

Ashley N. Schneller

Language

English

Collection

Citation

Ashley N. Schneller, “The Affects of Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam in Public Schools,” Religion @ Florida State University, accessed July 18, 2024, https://religionatfsu.omeka.net/items/show/374.

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