Ohio district considers role of controversial topics in the classroom

06/5/2013 | WDTN-TV (Dayton, Ohio)

Officials in an Ohio school district are considering whether teachers should address controversial topics, such as guns rights, religion and evolution, in the classroom. Some supporters say that addressing such topics and others in the classroom could benefit students academically, while some critics say the topics would be best discussed by family members instead of teachers.

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