oa Mosenodi - Some perceptions about the separation of Religious Education and Moral Education in Botswana junior secondary schools
|Article Title||Some perceptions about the separation of Religious Education and Moral Education in Botswana junior secondary schools|
|Affiliations||1 Department of Languages and Social Sciences Education, University of Botswana|
|Publication Date||Jan 2004|
|Pages||82 - 89|
|Keyword(s)||Developing and enhancing social values, Education, Principles, Research and Type of education|
This paper reports the findings of a study conducted amongst teachers from Botswana junior secondary schools. The study was on the outcomes of the separation of RE and ME as per the recommendations of the RNPE (1994). It is evident from the findings that the majority (73%) of the respondents are aware of both the recommendation and the separation of the two subjects. A wide range of information is made by teachers postulating a dominant view (90%) that both subjects have different emphasis, hence are to be separated.
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