Farhati Mohsen, Atf Azzouna
Abstract: Religion and secularism are two sources of incessant socio-cultural conflict in the school context than elsewhere. These conflicts are eating away at the world and Tunisian society especially, among young schoolchildren and academics, after the 2011 revolution. In this article, we are interested in the religion of religion and the sense of secularism. It involves awakening to effective practices and favorable opinions of religious practices (Islam) and secularism. Our interest is for teachers who can approach and discuss the problem of religious worship and secularism with students. We used the case study method using a questionnaire a, we interviewed Tunisian teachers and used the SPSS 25 software where the variables surveyed had categorized and coded. The results revealed that Tunisian education downplays the importance of religion and secularism and shows teacher resistance to these types of awakening.
Keywords: Secularism, spirituality, Islam, secular spirituality, religion, Tunisia