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Oklahoma Superintendent Orders Schools to Teach the Bible

On Thursday, the Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Instruction mandated that public schools incorporate the Bible into the curriculum for students in grades 5 through 12. This directive aligns with a broader movement by conservative policymakers to integrate religious elements into public education. The decision has sparked significant controversy, with civil rights organizations and advocates for the separation of church and state condemning the move. Critics argue that this directive constitutes an overreach of authority and a potential violation of the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution. The implications of this policy on educational practice and constitutional law will likely prompt further debate and legal scrutiny.

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