Offering Muslim children a great Islamic education that truly reflects and instills Islamic values often seems daunting and challenging. However, it is realistic and possible, provided educators establish a proper course of action.
The Muslim community must plan for the future, and this implies taking up positions in a wide array of fields from where to project a positive intellectual, economic and political impact on our community, and society as a whole.
Over one million children are homeschooled in the U.S., and it is an option more parents are pursuing, including Muslim parents. Here are some of the reasons why they choose to educate their children at home, as well as laws and resources for those who would also like to do so.
There are a number of concerns, myths, and objections that are raised vis-a-vis Islamic schools. These usually focus on whether or not they offer adequate academics, and how Muslim children will relate to non-Muslims in the long run. This article seeks to address these concerns.
Parents often have very high academic and specific career expectations for their children, which some children cannot live up to. This causes unnecessary friction in the parent-child relationship. This is some Islamic advice for parents that offers a broader understanding.
What if we could direct our tax dollars to a school of our choice? What if we could use our tax dollars towards tuition for our children in Muslim schools? And yes we can-through the educational choice program.
Sound Vision aims to produce content that helps build bridges of understanding among Muslims and their neighbors, with emphasis on youth.
Sound Vision would like to see Muslims achieve their full potential as dynamic and creative individuals, who are comfortable with themselves and their environment.
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