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Zivorad M. Milenovic ; Teacher Training Faculty, Leposavic

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str. 129-141

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Inclusive schools involves constantly involves each student barriers to learning and participation (ie, individuals with mild developmental disabilities, talented and gifted) and all other students in all aspects of educational activities in teaching, and extracurricular, social and cultural helpful public, according to their individual potentials (cognitive, conative, social and moral, affective and psychomotor) and the maximum of the expected learning outcomes, creating and teaching. Inclusion in education is defined as the process of learning and education for children with special educational needs, in which all children have equal opportunities to develop their physical, spiritual, emotional, social and other skills. The introduction of religious education in schools, on the one hand is a flagrant violation of the privacy regulation religious beliefs and freedom of religion. On the other, terminating the religious equality. That is because, as the right
to religious education in some countries, recognized only by members of the dominant churches, as for other minority religious education and does not perform because of the small number of children that could attend. In Serbia, this right was recognized except the Serbian Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church, Islamic and Jewish communities, Slovak-Evangelical, Reformed-Christian and the Evangelical Christian church. It is not however recognized and other minority communities and their churches. Therefore, it was discrimination against minority religious communities, whose members are unable to attend classes that suit them in today’s elementary and high school, opting to attend classes in civic education. This problem is present in other countries in the region. Present in Europe. In addition, religious education conducted mainly clergy who do not have the necessary professional and technical knowledge, pedagogical-psychological, methodological and other competencies for teaching in schools. Goals and objectives of religious education in terms of inclusive school and therefore can not be achieved, at least not completely. To achieve this, it would be nice that instead of religious education in Schools introduce the history of religion. This would be clearly studied the basic principles of each religion. Classes would be performed by teachers who are competent to do so. And priests in the instruction was occasionally involved in a religious capacity as assistants. This would avoid that this study leaves the framework of religion and religiosity, which go into the teaching of religion in conditions and under circumstances in which they performed in schools quite possible. A possible would seem that religious education
can attend all children, regardless of background, race or religion. These issues will be discussed in this paper.

Ključne riječi

inclusion, inclusive schools, inclusive education, religious education, religion, the aims of religious education, the tasks of religious education

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