JLR Special Issue Call “Critical Religious Literacy”

There is a growing need for literacy scholars to examine how prejudices impact literacy practices in K-12 contexts and beyond. More broadly, the role of religion, religious literacy, and critical religious literacy cannot be underscored enough in how it shapes public and private discourses. In this special issue, we call on literacy scholars to submit Insights essays and/or empirical research that speak to the role of religion in literacy education “from the heroic to the heinous” and everything in between from a broad range of perspectives (i.e., non-Western, Western, Indigenous) and contexts (private religious to public secular schools, as well as out-of-school contexts).

Understanding Diversity & Inclusion: Exploring Indic Traditions

Flyer for 2024 Summer PD

July 8-12: Join us for a free immersive workshop where you’ll dive deep into the teachings of Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Gain valuable insights and discover the best pedagogical strategies to effectively integrate these teachings into diverse educational settings.

Religious Worlds of New York Summer Institute

The Religious Worlds of New York summer institute is a project of the Interfaith Center of New York that helps K-12 teachers teach creatively and effectively about religious diversity. The next Religious Worlds institute will meet from July 8-26, 2024.  Applications are due by March 5.