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In recent years religion has moved out of the private sphere and into the public square. Whether it’s the invocation for God to bless America, the sudden interest in Islam, or the tale of Alabama Judge Roy Moore and the Ten Commandments, religion and its impact on our world have become less private and more public. Therefore, teachers who wish to involve their students with the world around them must also address religious topics in their classrooms.
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Marshall, Joanne M., "Religion and Education: Walking the Line in Public Schools" (2003). Education Publications. 108.