Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Should Schools be Censoring Christmas Ornaments?

Ah, once again, bureaucracy at work. Seems to me that school is a good place to learn about others' religions and customs and to learn how to share what you value with others. The issue is the role of the teacher in making room for all to feel included. Assignment: Prepare a Christmas Ornament Without a Christmas Reference::By Jay Sekulow

Some of the issues surrounding the Christmas holiday in the schools borders on the absurd. This is certainly the case for students at Unity Drive Elementary School in New York. Zachary is a student at Unity Drive Elementary and was given an assignment by his teacher to decorate a Christmas ornament that would be displayed in the school. [read more]

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