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.
It is unfortunately true to say that most kids who graduate from an Islamic school in North America cannot understand Quranic Arabic. And this is after years of study. But do they know what they are reading? And do we care?
Islamic schools have a number of characteristics that differ from public or non-Muslim private schools. Here are a list of some of the major differences, along with an appeal to Muslim parents to enroll their children in Islamic schools.
As concerned Muslim parents, we - not the schools - have the ultimate responsibility for our children's education, and we cannot afford to abdicate this responsibility. With this in mind, there are several things we can do to protect our children against false information.
Public schools offer Muslims a unique opportunity to share information about Islam with teachers and students not familiar with our faith. Here are ways to do that effectively through standard practices and projects in most school systems.
The atmosphere of the classroom has much to do with student behavior. A teacher has to do his or her utmost to be able to manage any type of behavior that will lead to a loss of learning and focus among students. These are some ways to manage misbehavior in the classroom.
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.
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