Leaders praise Singapore school's blend of Islamic, secular education

04/22/2009 | NYTimes.com

Muslim leaders in Singapore see schools such as the Madrasa Al Irsyad Al Islamiah, which uses a blend of Islamic and secular studies, as the future of Islamic education. The school begins each day with prayer, but then emphasises maths, English and other subjects that are part of the national curriculum.

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