On Saturday 25th January, the University of Malta and the Ministry of Education and Employment, presented the plans and provisory suggestions to offer an Ethics Course for students who choose not to take the current Religious Education offered in schools. The intention is to offer this course starting in the next 2014/2015 scholastic year and …
The Ministry of Education has published an analysis of suggestions received by many interested parties on the National Curriculum Framework. The Malta Humanist Association has contributed a number of suggestions concerning the introduction of ethics as a subject, giving students a choice between Catholic Regligion lessons or Ethics. All documents are available from this link.
The Malta Humanist Association’s submission to the National Curriculum Framework can be downloaded below. MHA Response to NCF Document (PDF)