An exploration of how the issues of extremism and terrorism should be addressed and taught in schools. It is suitable for students studying education at undergraduate and postgraduate level looking to engage with the philosophical, sociological and political issues discussed and the resulting curriculum and pedagogical debates.
Dianne Gereluk is Associate Professor in Policy and Leadership Studies at the University of Calgary, Canada, and Senior Research Fellow at Roehampton University, UK. Her research currently examines the parameters of parents' ability to decide the extent to which their children are exposed to and taught about controversial issues in schools. Dianne is also author of Education and Community (Continuum 2006), and Symbolic Clothing in Schools (Continuum 2008).