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Christian schools to be helped to spread ethos

by Margaret Holness Education Correspondent

RESEARCHERS from the National Institute for Christian Education Research (NICER) and the Centre for Christian Education at Liverpool Hope University are to investigate ways in which Church of England and other Christian schools can integrate their ethos in all subjects.

The project was announced on Tuesday by Dr Robin Baker, vice-chancellor of Canterbury Christ Church University, where NICER is based.

Professor Trevor Cooling, who leads NICER’s programme, said that ...

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