Spain Adds Religion to Public School Curriculum

Spain has begun a controversial program of compulsory religion classes in public schools. By an agreement with the Vatican, church bishops will be able to hire and fire religion teachers paid by Spanish taxpayers. Jerome Socolovsky reports.

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