Hurriyet Daily News-– Jan. 26, 2017
The Education Ministry’s draft for changes in the Turkish curriculum for the coming 2017-18 academic year, is set to reverse positive observations and conclusions found by IMPACT-se [in its recent report], in favor of enhanced Islamic education.
Sky News — West Yorkshire, UK — Oct. 4, 2016 A private Muslim school has been forced to change its sharia-based curriculum, overhaul teaching standards and improve child safety following a Sky News investigation.
The Jerusalem Post — September 22, 2016 — “The State of Israel is not doing enough to uproot the grave phenomena of racism and hate in society,” according to State Comptroller Joseph Shapira in his recent report.
The Jerusalem Post — September 15, 2016 Israeli textbooks aim for peace, maintain messages of tolerance and coexistence with Palestinians and do not incite against them, according to a study released by IMPACT-se.
The Jerusalem Post — March 20, 2016
The report, which surveys Islamic Studies in the US and Canada, also showed that, although the textbooks reflect a generally tolerant tone and even respect for Jews, Israel is often delegitimatized…
This well-timed report monitors Turkish school textbooks published since the AKP’s (Justice and Development Party) rise to power from 2002–15, with special emphasis on recent years (2013–15). The report examined 117 school textbooks covering subjects in the humanities, science, religious instruction and civics.
This timely report updates Impact’s analysis of the current Israeli educational curriculum, particularly as relates to the Palestinian people and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. It is based on the review of 123 state and state-religious textbooks, which were approved and recommended by the Israeli Ministry of Education through the 2017 school year.
The Iranian education curriculum includes a long list of troubling features, offering insight into a nation preparing its population—starting with its children—for an imminent apocalyptic battle with the world’s “oppressors.”
Palestinians may themselves pay the price for UNESCO’s rewriting of history, even if it seems like a success to Palestinian leadership.
http://www.impact-se.org/wp-content/uploads/Palestinian-Youth-Toy-Gun.jpg530758Daniel Taubhttp://www.impact-se.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/logo-IMPACT_SE.pngDaniel Taub2016-10-16 16:58:502016-12-01 09:45:30Daniel Taub in the Jerusalem Post -- Palestinians' Future is Not in Rewriting History
The parents at the Israeli national religious schools who objected to daily planners given to their children containing inflammatory messages, are to be lauded. They called out the bigotry being pushed onto their children unknowingly and through the back gate. Because of their forthrightness, an investigation by the Israeli Ministry of Education is now in […]
http://www.impact-se.org/wp-content/uploads/Daily-Planner-Cover-e1473694787605.jpg209320Marcus Sheffhttp://www.impact-se.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/logo-IMPACT_SE.pngMarcus Sheff2016-09-12 18:12:572016-09-13 13:23:50Planning for Bigotry in Schools?