Religion and Public Life: The Schools In at least three states, battles rage over teaching evolution in public schools. Often, textbooks are the front line of the disputes. We discuss the long-standing conflict over the role of religion in public education.
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Religion and Public Life: The Schools

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Guests:

Laura Williams, Health and PE Teacher at Mary Orr Intermediate School in Mansfield, Tex.; Head of District Adoption Committee on textbooks

Kent Greenawalt, author of soon-to-be released Does God Belong in Public Schools?; professor, Columbia Law School

Ryan Fishman, junior at Andover High School in Bloomfield, Mich.; operations manager for WBFH, a high school radio station