Peter Schreiner

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A new project for "Science and Religion in Schools" must start from the position of existing curricula and the way in which issues on science and religion are now taught in the context of religious education and other subjects.

Peter Schreiner is a researcher in education and academic staff member of the Comenius-Institut in Münster/Germany. His main areas of work include activities about the role of education for shaping the New Europe, the religious dimension in intercultural education and ecumenical learning in local and international contexts. After his university studies (education, social science, theology) he worked for the Protestant Youth Federation in Germany as an officer for development politics (1980 - 1991). In 1991 he was appointed as an member of the academic staff of the Comenius-Institute, a centre for research and development in education, sponsored by the Protestant churches in Germany, and supported by the RE teacher associations and the associations of Protestant schools.

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