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BlogWelcome to our Blog! Do you have an Idea about current education? Here is a place for you to state what is on your mind. Please this is not a place to advertise your company or products! Such a comment will not be posted! All comments must be relevant, non commercial, legal, civil, education related, non threatening,  and non-political.
The opinion below are the result of my professional experiences as an: historian, webmaster, master teacher, teacher's union vice president and president, parent and grandparent.
Religion November 2 2019
 ReligionSchools must never mix religious doctrine, beliefs, teachings or prayers as part of the school day. Teachers and other school personal should never impose or encourage their own beliefs on the students. In our diverse society each individual regardless of age should be allowed and encourage to develop their own spiritual paths and understanding. However it needs to be a part of the Social Studies curriculum as a neutral informative feature in which the students understand how all religions, teachings and beliefs mold the cultures and histories of all societies, countries and individuals. Schools should never take sides on religious doctrines, beliefs and traditions. One must understand how religious education differs from public education to understand the issue fully. Both have different objectives and methods of instruction.