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Religious education: drift or decision?

P. Jebb

Religious education: drift or decision?

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Published by Longman and Todd in Darton .
Written in English


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Statementedited by P Jebb.
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Open LibraryOL13700727M

In religious and moral education, progress and achievement will be assessed and reported on in the same way that it is for other curricular areas. Read the experiences and outcomes for Religious and moral education (non-denominational schools) and Religious education in Roman Catholic schools. God-centered education puts all history into the right perspective; it brings meaning to literature, respect and sanctity to life, standards and authority to decisions about social problems, and.


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