Lebanese educators work to add diversity to coursework

09/28/2009 | Daily Star (Lebanon), The

The majority of Lebanese students are segregated based on their religious beliefs -- with most students attending private religious schools -- making it important for teachers and administrators to incorporate lessons on diversity into school curriculum. To meet that goal, some schools of different faiths host joint activities but have stopped short of establishing a shared curriculum.

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