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Alert: How Does Your School Present Islam to Students?

Last month the School Library Journal blog "Nonfiction Matters," published a post, "Alert: How Does Your School Present Islam to Students?" quoting Sandhya Nankani, who was hired by Louis Cristillo, an assistant research professor at TC, to develop a curriculum guide for TC Student Press Initiative's volume of Muslim youth oral histories, "This is Where I Need to Be," published last spring. On Thursday, Nankani writes in "Nonfiction Matters" as a guest blogger with "Great Resources on Islam, and Being a Young Muslim in America."
Last month the School Library Journal blog "Nonfiction Matters," published a post, “Alert: How Does Your School Present Islam to Students?” quoting Sandhya Nankani, who was hired by Louis Cristillo, an assistant research professor at TC, to develop a curriculum guide for TC Student Press Initiative’s volume of Muslim youth oral histories, “This is Where I Need to Be,” published last spring. On Thursday, Nankani writes in “Nonfiction Matters” as a guest blogger with “Great Resources on Islam, and Being a Young Muslim in America.”

http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/blog/1880000388/post/800038080.html?nid=3716

Published Thursday, Dec. 18, 2008

Alert: How Does Your School Present Islam to Students?

Last month the School Library Journal blog "Nonfiction Matters," published a post, “Alert: How Does Your School Present Islam to Students?” quoting Sandhya Nankani, who was hired by Louis Cristillo, an assistant research professor at TC, to develop a curriculum guide for TC Student Press Initiative’s volume of Muslim youth oral histories, “This is Where I Need to Be,” published last spring. On Thursday, Nankani writes in “Nonfiction Matters” as a guest blogger with “Great Resources on Islam, and Being a Young Muslim in America.”

http://www.schoollibraryjournal.com/blog/1880000388/post/800038080.html?nid=3716
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