Religion & American Education

Warren Nord, author of Religion and American Education: Rethinking a National Dilemma, discusses the intersections between religion, the state, and public school systems.  Nord makes the case for religious education within public education, stating that while public schools should not actively promote religion, administrators should still consider the philosophical, moral, and political reasons for young people to study religion. At the time of this interview Warren Nord was director of the Program in Humanities and Human Values at the University of North Carolina.

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