Muslim charter to be reviewed over alleged religious instruction

04/11/2008 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

A Minnesota charter school, one of just a handful of public schools in the state to focus on Muslim culture, will be reviewed by the state's education department after allegations that it instructs students in religion. A teacher alleges that she saw an adult leading students in prayer and study of the Quran; the charter's founder says the school adheres to all state and federal laws pertaining to religious instruction.

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