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Directions for justice/peace education in the Catholic elementary school
|Statement||manuscript submitted to the NCEA Department of Elementary Schools by the Justice/Peace Education Council, New York, Loretta Carey ... [et al.] ; editors, Robert J. Kealey and Carleen Reck.|
|Contributions||Carey, Loretta., Kealey, Robert J., Reck, Carleen.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
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Get this from a library. Directions for justice/peace education in the Catholic elementary school. [Loretta Carey; Robert J Kealey; Carleen Reck; National Catholic Educational Association.
Department of Elementary Schools.; Justice/Peace Education Council.;]. This booklet is designed to help educators in Catholic schools integrate the teaching of justice and peace education into the elementary school curriculum. Chapter I deals with the nature of justice and peace education, its basis in Catholic teaching, special considerations for teachers, the need to begin such teaching in elementary schools.
This booklet is designed to help educators in Catholic schools integrate the teaching of justice and peace education into the elementary school curriculum. Chapter I deals with the nature of justice and peace education, its basis in Catholic teaching, special considerations for teachers, the need to begin such teaching in elementary schools, and the need for a global : Robert J.
Kealey, Carleen Reck. Grounded in Catholic social teaching, we focus specifically on education, awareness and advocacy resources, programs and opportunities. We are committed to deepening the capacity of Social Action Ministries, thus helping to empower all Catholics to answer the call to love of God and neighbor by actively engaging in the social mission of the Church.
Diaz, J. “Reflections on Education for Justice and Peace.” Bulletin of Peace Proposals, Vol. 10, no. 4: [This article argues that peace education should address unjust situations and not just be concerned with the elimination of war.] Eliot, T.
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Today, a popular social justice issue addresses access to, and equality of, education. In America, schools that are in lower-income neighborhoods don't get as much funding as higher-income. Catholic teaching promotes peace as a positive, action-oriented concept.
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