Oklahoma’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ryan Walters, has sparked a debate by advocating for teaching the Bible in public schools. Walters argues that the Bible is a “foundational document” in American history and believes it can help counter the ideological bias prevalent in education today. He is concerned about the leftist indoctrination and revisionist history that has infiltrated classrooms, and sees the Bible as a way to teach students about the true values and history of the nation. Walters’ proposal has drawn both support and criticism, with some praising his efforts to preserve our country’s heritage, while others view it as a violation of the separation of church and state. The discussion surrounding the role of religion in public education continues, and it remains to be seen how this will shape the future of curriculum in Oklahoma and beyond.
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