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Muslim Students Say Schools Are "Pretty Cool"

according to the results of a study that Louis Cristillo Eight in ten Muslim students surveyed in New York City say their -'schools are "pretty cool
Eight in ten Muslim students surveyed in New York City say their 
schools are "pretty cool," according to the results of a study that Louis Cristillo , an education professor at Columbia University's 
Teachers College, presented at a conference. The study, "Religiousity, Education and Civic Belonging: Muslim Youth in New York 
City Public Schools," also showed that 17 percent of Muslim students 
responding to the survey said they had been the target of bigotry, 
often in the form of teasing or taunting about Islam, according to a 
Teachers College press release.

The article "Muslim Students Say Schools Are "Pretty Cool"" was posted on April 30th in "Education Week" http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/learning-the-language/2008/04/muslim_students_say_schools_ar.html


Published Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2008

Muslim Students Say Schools Are "Pretty Cool"

Eight in ten Muslim students surveyed in New York City say their 
schools are "pretty cool," according to the results of a study that Louis Cristillo , an education professor at Columbia University's 
Teachers College, presented at a conference. The study, "Religiousity, Education and Civic Belonging: Muslim Youth in New York 
City Public Schools," also showed that 17 percent of Muslim students 
responding to the survey said they had been the target of bigotry, 
often in the form of teasing or taunting about Islam, according to a 
Teachers College press release.

The article "Muslim Students Say Schools Are "Pretty Cool"" was posted on April 30th in "Education Week" http://blogs.edweek.org/edweek/learning-the-language/2008/04/muslim_students_say_schools_ar.html


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