Religious Tolerance in High Schools: Between Civic Education, Teachers, Parents, and Intellectual Humility

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Amira Eka Pratiwi and Eva Septiana


Beside individuals characteristic, we believe that values and virtues are also instilled through learning process and shared attitudes between families and school communities. This study aims to examine to what extent civic education performance, parents religious tolerance, teachers religious tolerance, and intellectual humility can predict students religious tolerance. The data provided by 182 high school students were analyzed using multiple regression analysis. The result indicates that all variables simultaneously predict the religious tolerance of the sample population. However, on an individual basis, only parents religious tolerance and intellectual humility significantly predicted the religious tolerance of the sample. This study provides some implications for schools or educational institutions about virtues and positive attitude encouragement, especially regarding intellectual humility and religious tolerance.

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