Tennessee Local classes in Bible could be used statewide
The Bible history program taught in local schools could become a model for other Tennessee systems until a state-approved curriculum goes into effect.
“This summer we’ll collect all the curriculums from systems that already offer Bible courses so we’ll have them on file to share with other districts that don’t have one,” said Rachel Woods, spokeswoman for the state Department of Education.
State legislators recently passed a bill allowing the creation of a state-sponsored Bible curriculum, giving all Tennessee counties a chance to offer the elective.
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