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Exploring one’s worldview requires a journey into one’s heart, soul and mind (Knowing Self). But Knowing Self requires Knowing Others, imperative in a global world. To what extent do schools prepare students for participation in that global world, especially when it comes to awareness of its worldview diversity, and no less its religious diversity? This paper presents the findings of two research projects highlighting knowledge, awareness and attitudes towards various worldviews. The findings of the first is rather discouraging, a result of little to no attention given to teaching about religion in the schools. The second is much more encouraging, a result of worldview education that explores both religious and secular worldviews – their impacts on individuals and society. It then gives a brief description of a worldview framework that deepens and broadens awareness and understanding of self and others, encourages questioning and openness, and develops critical thinking.

. Maduabuchi D. (ed.) Philosophy and Politics: Discourse on Values and Power in Africa . Lagos: Obara and Ogbinaka Publishers Ltd. Feyerabend, P. (1993). Against Method , New York: Verso. Ibrahim, A. and Jimm, A. (2016). Critical Thinking and the Sustenance of Democracy in Nigeria. A Paper presented at the Faculty of Arts International Conference, University of Calabar, Calabar – Nigeria, April 12 th – 15 th 2016. Ibrahim, A. A. (2015). “Philosophy and Career Opportunities”. Sapientia: Journal of Philosophy . Vol. 5, July. Jimoh, A. Blame Religious Leaders for