Poll: Texans want teachers to decide school curriculum

About 72% of a sampling of Texans think teachers -- not the state's school board -- should determine what is taught in the classroom, the results of a survey show. Some 68% of respondents said separation of church and state is important, but nearly 50% said religion should have more weight in schools. The survey was commissioned by the Texas Freedom Network, which polled likely voters on current issues facing the state's schools.

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