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I will pay for the following article To What Extent Does Religion in the Education System, Help or Hinder the Success of Children. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text ci
I will pay for the following article To What Extent Does Religion in the Education System, Help or Hinder the Success of Children. The work is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Because this paper addresses religion in general, as opposed to one particular faith, such as Anglicanism or Islam, religion will be viewed as the human response to the events of life. . Based on what happens in life, one may choose to follow the Judeo-Christian God, or Allah, or Buddha, or to follow no particular deity at all. Education will be viewed in a more holistic sense as well – the role that schools play in taking Britain’s children and molding them into adults. It will become clear, after a review of relevant literature, that there is not one mixture of religion in education that works for every student. The multiplicity of educational choices has arisen from a multiplicity of personalities, collective life experiences, and individual responses.
The Muslim educational experience in Great Britain is particularly demonstrative of this need for variety in educational choices. In the first half of 2005, the Imam Muhammad Zakariya School for Girls in Dundee received its second consecutive poor report on academics (Saeed, 2005). While Ibrahim Hewitt (2005) makes a strong case that the British government should establish and support schools run according to the Muslim philosophy of education, and that only a “complete Islamic education as delivered in a well-resourced Muslim school” will give Muslim students the “spiritual, moral, cultural, mental, and physical development of pupils” (Education Reform Act 1988) required by law, the results of the Zakariya school are troubling.
However, Osama Saeed, of the Muslim Association of Britain, points to the results of Feversham College in Bradford, a Muslim school that finished at the top of the “Value Added” ranks in the same period that the Zakariya school finished so poorly (Saeed, 2005). .