Law and Religious Diversity in Education: The Right to Difference

The method: legal pluralism and comparative constitutional law: complementary methodology in the protection of religious differenceLegal hybridity and legal pluralism: state law as one way of imagining the realThe relationship of international and comparative law with legal pluralismThe value of difference in comparative law and human rightsThe protection of religious difference in times of legal pluralityThe concepts: revisiting religious diversity within multicultural classrooms: religious freedom, education and equalityIntroduction: human rights and normative conflictThe right to freedom of religion in education: religion as a secular blasphemy?Secularization, secularism and the right to religious freedomEducational autonomy, religious freedom and equalityThe neutrality of education and the principle of equalityThe standards: interpreting the content of rights: the legal interaction of religious freedom, education and non-discriminationIntroduction: the relevance of religion in educationThe nature of the right to educationThe content of the right to education in its religious/cultural dimensionThe right to religious freedom within education: a path towards co-existence?The right to equality and non-discrimination in the context of religious diversity in public educationPlural public education in Israel: for equal or different students?Legal pluralism in Israel: the contextThe Normative justification of the close entanglement between religion and the State in educationThe design of educational religious pluralism: general featuresConstitutional pluralism and religious diversityThe ambiguous principle of equalityThe role of the State in Israel in the provision of religious servicesEducational diversification according to religious belongingArab sector education: patterns of discrimination against Israeli Palestinian Arab learnersFundingInfrastructure and classroom shortagesSchool AttendanceUltra-Orthodox educationA Gendered Educational PhilosophyContent of EducationCase lawThe Immanuel “Beis Yaakov” School Segregation CaseThe Core Curriculum case lawEducational pluralism, autonomy and accommodation of religious identity in Israeli state-sponsored schoolsConcluding remarks: education and democratic governanceAvoiding religion? The question of religious identity conflicts in education in South AfricaIntroduction: legal pluralism in South AfricaEquality and difference: constitutional contours and interpretationThe right to religious freedomReligion and the right to education in South Africa: accommodating difference in schools?Religion with(out) cultureThe right to educationThe special case of independent schools in South AfricaThe South African approach to religious diversity in educationA historical account: the legacies of apartheidReligion in education in contemporary South AfricaDesegregation: a determining framing factorEffects of religious diversity policy in education: governance implicationsFrom tradition to modernity and back: religious diversity in English schools as a test-case for multicultural societiesIntroduction: multiculturalism, legal pluralism and conflictEducation and faith in curricular development in the UKReligion in education: the legal frameworkTypes of schoolsReligion and equalityThe special case of ‘faith schools’ in BritainThe question of citizenship education in a post-multicultural settingReligious literacy and religious education policy outcomesThe place of religious education in the national curriculumTeachers’ Agency in delivering religious diversity in educationReligious freedom as manifestation: religious symbols and school uniforms‘Faith schools’ as a test-ground of religious diversity educationConcluding remarks: the ambiguous role of religious belief in English public educationNegotiating religious identity in public classroomsIntroduction: the efficiency of legal pluralism as a frame in religiously diverse education: power, agency and the lawReligious diversity as a conflict regulating factor: testing the limits of the social magic of lawReligious education as a public good(In)equality in and through educationThe management of religious disputes within education in plural societies: methods, conditions and challengesThe role of context in promoting religious diversity in educationReligious pluralism and the new role of the StateThe challenges of education systems in protecting religious differenceLegal empowerment through religious diversity in schoolsReligion in education: a shifting agendaEducation as development: globalizing and transnational dimensions‘Faith schools’: religious communities’ agency in actionReligious diversity in education within an empowerment frameReligious identity-building as empowermentReligious education and citizenship – plurality as opportunityConcluding remarks
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