Posts Tagged ‘germany’

Government-Sponsored Religion, Religion in Public Life, Religion in Public Schools

I just got back from Berlin, where I took part in a conference contrasting the American and German models for dealing with religion in public schools.

The event’s organizers, the American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (affiliated with Johns Hopkins University), brought together scholars, activists and education officials for a day of discussion and give-and-take. It was very enlightening. […] Read More