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Schools should be neutral on religion

7:22 PM, Apr. 29, 2013  |  Comments
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In America our public schools are intended to be religiously neutral. Our teachers and schools are neither to endorse nor to inhibit religion. This is a good thing. When my daughters were growing up I wanted their teachers to teach them science, reading, math, and history. I also wanted them to care about my kids. But I did not want my children's public school teachers teaching them religion. That was my job as a parent, and the job of our church.

Vouchers, with my tax dollars, are trending away from the separation of church and state. This path weakens and brings government closer to state sponsored religion, a path that only becomes more complicated.

John B. Gilman

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