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Religion, Education, and Secularism in International Agencies

Amy Stambach, Katherine Marshall, Matthew J. Nelson, Liviu Andreescu, Aikande C. Kwayu, Philip Wexler, Yotam Hotam, Schlomo Fischer, Hassan L. Bilawi. "Religion, Education, and Secularism in International Agencies." Comparative Education Review 55.1 (2011): 111-142.

CER invited several experts to participate in a special moderated discussion on religion, education, and secularism. To help create a basis for common discussion, participants were asked to consult and read several background documents. They were asked to draw loosely on these documents and, more specifically, on their own research and work experiences to address the questions above. Participants responded independently before reading and commenting on one another’s work. The entire exchange was then edited and shortened. CER readers have the opportunity to engage with this topic directly both at the May 2011 CIES conference,Between March 1 and April 15, 2011, CER will accept brief submissions for considered posting in the CIES newsletter (http://www.cies.us/newsletter.htm).

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