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Do Madrasahs Empower Children?

In this Face to Face episode, Ustadh Usman Qureshi discusses whether Madrasahs empower our children adequately to face the challenges and opportunities of the 21st century.

Click here to read the article: Madrasah’s R Us

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About Usman Qureshi

Born and brought up in the UK, Usman graduated from Kings College London and then travelled abroad to study Arabic at The Markaz Fajr Institute in Cairo. He returned to undertake a PGCE at the renowned Institute of Education and spent several years in the world of schooling with his last full-time position as the Headteacher of an Islamic independent school. Deeply disatissfied with the corporate nature of schooling and how children learn, he committed himself to further study completing his MA in Effective Learning at the Institute of Education. He speaks on and writes about issues related to schooling, parenting and community, and is an active member of his local masjid.

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