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Calif. School District Experiments With Religion Requirement

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Calif. School District Experiments With Religion Requirement

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Calif. School District Experiments With Religion Requirement

Calif. School District Experiments With Religion Requirement

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Modesto, California's school district is the only place in the country where students are required to take a course on religion. To avoid conflict and controversy, school officials worked together with religious leaders in their community to come up with a broad-based curriculum that everyone signed off on. The results are being watched by education experts around the country.

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