Backed by a diverse body of scholars of history, religion, education and related disciplines - the CIE is a non-profit research organization which provides services, resources and research-based tools to K-12 school textbook publishers, state education officials and policymakers, curriculum developers, and teachers.
Elizabeth Barlow's article that discusses the misinformation being taught about Islam at the pre-university level in the United States.
Retrospective history of Muslims in Australia through focusing on Islamic schooling.
Promoting the design, availability and standardization of Islamic curricula and syllabi to educators.
An essay on Islamic education, and what a curriculum should include.
A madrassa in Bharuch (Gujarat, India) offers information about its history, curriculum, organization and facilities.
This article argues for pedagogies that combine affective and cognitive learning as a way of expanding student access to unfamiliar traditions. Reviews the results of classroom experience where students encounter Islam through oral recitations of the Qur’an in Arabic.
Offers information about Islamic study courses available in Toronto, Canada; also details of support program for Muslim home-schooling.
Offers programs of Arabic and Islamic studies, and social services. Based London, UK.
Provides free online teaching of Arabic and Islamic practices using multimedia programs and games. Also includes articles on educating children.