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CISNA
Council of Islamic Schools in North America, working to improve the quality of education in Islamic Schools.
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CISNA Aug 4
CISNA has partnered with the Center for Islam in the Contemporary World (CICW) to offer a Prophetic Pedagogy workshop.
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CISNA Apr 19
“Do not let your difficulties fill you with anxiety. It is only in the darkest nights that the stars shine more brilliantly.” Ali ibn Abi Talib (RA)
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CISNA 25 Sep 19
Equality vs Equity: something to think about...
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CISNA 18 Sep 19
Meet the 1st Islamic school principal to be recognized as a National Distinguished Principal; made possible by CISNA!
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ReligiousFreedomCntr 24 Aug 19
Our mission at the Religious Freedom Center is to educate the public about religion, law & civic engagement so that our communities are equipped to protect the rights of people of all religious traditions & none. Learn about our programs:
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CISNA 23 Aug 19
Teach NJ Successfully Advocates for STEM Funding Bill Signed Into Law Today
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CISNA 9 Aug 19
Adequate & equitable school funding, wisely spent, matters to schools; it matters to students, families, and communities; and it matters to the future of our nation. discusses how federal & state governments can improve school funding in .
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CISNA 9 Aug 19
How funds are spent matters as much as having adequate funding. Schools and districts using funding effectively invest in key high-leverage areas, including teacher and school leader quality (including salaries and professional development), curriculum, and lowering class sizes.
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CISNA 26 Jul 19
New York announced the first year of STEM reimbursement funds for Non-public schools. Teach NYS, a coalition that CISNA has been working with helped write the legislation
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CISNA 25 Jul 19
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ReligiousFreedomCntr 25 Jul 19
. presenters Sarrah Buker & Aysha Azmat w/ the Council of Islamic Schools in North America highlighted that no single country is the origin for more than 15% of foreign-born U.S. Muslims, and these students should not be expected to be spokespeople for Islam.
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CISNA 5 Jun 19
Belief in a colleague’s competence strengthens overall trust within that relationship, so it’s important for team members to understand the background, experiences and competencies each person brings to the team.
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CISNA 21 May 19
CISNA encourages age appropriate interfaith activities for all Islamic schools!
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CISNA 16 May 19
MORE THAN 200 ATTEND TEACH NJ ANNUAL DINNER THANKING NJ GOVERNOR AND LEGISLATURE FOR ALLOCATING $22.6 MILLION IN SECURITY FUNDING FOR NONPUBLIC SCHOOLS - Insider NJ -
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CISNA 7 May 19
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CISNA 27 Apr 19
Program connects St. Louis students from Jewish and Muslim day schools. We need more of these programs! via
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CISNA 17 Apr 19
Do you have questions about Islamic Schools? We have the answers! Contact CISNA today for more information about Islamic Schools: cisnaoffice@gmail.com
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CISNA 15 Apr 19
Advocacy+Outreach:CISNA’s inclusion in these organizations gives Islamic schools a stronger voice in legislation, disseminates information about Islamic education to policy-makers and helps provide resources for Islamic schools.
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CISNA 15 Apr 19
Advocacy+Outreach:We are invited to attend annual National Private School Leadership meetings organized by U.S. Dept. of Education’s Office of Non-Public Education & serve in advisory capacity for National Center for Edu. Statistics & for Nat'l Assessment of Educational Progress.
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CISNA 15 Apr 19
Advocacy and Outreach: CISNA is a member of the Council of American Private Education (CAPE) and is recognized by the New York State Department of Education (the largest in the US) as an accrediting agency.
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