Idaho charter school files lawsuit to use Bible in curriculum

09/1/2009 | Idaho Statesman (Boise), The

The organizers of a new Idaho charter school have sued the state after education officials banned the use of the Bible as part of the school's curriculum. The Nampa Classical Academy, represented by a religious advocacy group, says Idaho does not have the right to exclude the Bible as a curriculum source; the academy says educators also plan to use other religious texts in the classroom.

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