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Educational Exclusion in Digital Literacy - a comparitive study of British Muslim Girl Schools

By Javed Iqbal

Abstract

Faith schools represent an important role in educating children in Britain\ud and this has a long established history that continues to evolve with the\ud diversity in our communities. Over more recent years there has been a\ud growth in Muslim schools in England and this is viewed as a growing part\ud of faith schools in Britain today.\ud Muslim faith schools are integral to the transformation and restructuring of\ud many in the British Muslim communities that is centered around the\ud negotiation of new composite identities, changing family patterns and\ud relationships, political activism and the fight against social exclusion\ud (Hussain & O’Brien, 2000)

Topics: HE, HD
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.hud.ac.uk:5243

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  1. (2009). Educational Exclusion in Digital Literacy - a comparitive study of British Muslim Girl Schools Original Citation Iqbal,

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