Religious education on the borders
Throughout history, Europe’s population has always been complex and diverse. Migration is nothing new, but today it is combined with secularisation, globalisation, and democratisation. Formerly closed territorial borders have been opened, while others have closed; fixed borders between ethnic groups, classes, and sexes are dissolving. This has changed diversity and created challenges within education.
1 Educational challenges
One challenge for these societies rests in meeting their citizens’ expectations for an education that can take account to the needs of all students; in other words, educational policies that are culturally sensitive and that enhance education, socialisation, and personal ...