Three state board members want more religion in Texas social studies

10/16/2009 | Dallas Morning News (free registration), The

Teams of experts helping to draft a new social studies curriculum for Texas schools received recommendations from three state board of education members who want to see more coverage of religion in U.S. history and government standards. The three board members are part of a socially conservative voting bloc on the 15-member board.

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