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Based on fieldwork in Yderbyskolen ‒ a Danish school with a majority of Muslim pupils ‒ this article looks into the ideals and practices characteristic of the way the Danish 'folkeskole' handles religion in school, and analyses their implications for youth of Muslim background. It argues that the ideals and practices are shaped by a moderate secularism, as well as ideals of civilised relations characteristic of the Danish school and society. These ideals prompt the teachers to considerdoi:10.7146/tifo.v8i2.25335 fatcat:krcdpdkjrjaq5p2mrcpybzjccq