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Contents: Steven P. Jones: The Role of Religion in 21st-Century Public Schools - Nel Noddings: Understanding Unbelief as Part of Religious Education - Jordan Lorence: Seven Things the Establishment Clause Does Not Require - T. Jeremy Gunn: Religion, Identity, and Morality in Public Schools - Steve Broidy: Metaphysics, Metaphor, and Meaningfulness: How to "Teach the Controversy" in Science Class - Daniel Cohen: College Fraternities and Expressive Association: Discrimination, Diversity, and Education - Susan E. Waters: Prayer in Public Schools: Forming a More Perfect Union? - Craig A. Smith: Thwarting the Court: A Historical Perspective on Efforts to Undermine the Supreme Court's School Prayer Decisions and the Effects on Religious Minorities - Ryan Kennedy: To Hell and Back: Teaching Faith-Based Literature to the Devout - Craig S. Engelhardt: The Necessary Role of Religion in Civic Education - Andrew N. McKnight: Seeking Spaces for Emotionally Connected Rationality Amongst Dogmatic Belief Systems - Karla J. Smart-Morstad/David P. Morstad, Jr.: Holding Tight with Open Hands - Education at Humlehaveskolen: A Majority Christian Culture and a Minority Muslim Culture Together in a Danish Public School.
The Editors: Steven P. Jones is Professor in the Department of Reading, Foundations, and Technology at Missouri State University, and Director of the Academy for Educational Studies. His academic and research interests include philosophy of education, teacher education, and the teaching of great books. Eric C. Sheffield is Associate Professor in the Department of Reading, Foundations, and Technology at Missouri State University, and Assistant Director of the Academy for Educational Studies. His academic and research interests include service-learning, moral education, academic freedom, and the structure of philosophical inquiry.