The school’s approval may be the strongest challenge yet to limits on public money in religious schools.
Shavuot, which was originally an ancient pilgrimage festival, has gone through many changes over the years – as has Judaism itself.
Yeshiva University’s legal case has garnered national attention, but several similar cases are underway.
Different school subjects can be associated with different genders.
Once again, the court has expanded the legal ways that public funds can be used for students at religious institutions.
The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District, a case stemming from a football coach’s prayers on the field, on April 25, 2022.
The Jesuits are among the Catholic Church’s most influential religious orders but no strangers to controversy.
State schools in England and Wales are legally required to provide acts of collective worship.
Researchers have spent decades studying how demographics affect American students’ opportunities and performance, but many questions remain about religion and school.
Figuring out whether to celebrate holidays, and how, is tricky for lots of interfaith families – but thoughtful communication makes a difference.
Carson v. Makin, a case from Maine about aid to students attending religious schools, goes to the Supreme Court on Dec. 8, 2021.
The big case is about abortion, but there are other very important issues before the Supreme Court – including gun rights and government funding for religious schools.
Educators walk an fine line when it comes to marking religious holidays. But in so doing, are they missing an opportunity for teachable moments on faith issues?
School reforms pushed by French President Emmanuel Macron are aimed at pushing Muslim students into public schools. An expert explains why this may be the wrong approach.
Beyond inter-religious dialogues, religions need to examine how their histories intersect with Indigenous People’s rights and spiritualities.
The number of students achieving GCSEs in technical and creative subjects along with religious education has declined yet again.
Australian society is made up of people from different backgrounds and faiths. Teaching school children about religious diversity and traditions makes them more tolerant of religious minorities.
Many teachers believe that fundamentalists are not really religious, but have just misinterpreted their holy books.
Pupils would be able to explore the complex worldviews and practices of people who do not identify with a religion.
Madrasas, or Islam-centered schools, have long spread knowledge and literacy throughout the Muslim world. However, can they prepare students for today’s tech-based economies?