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Teaching Religion

A group of parents sued the California Department of Education in federal court on Wednesday, claiming newly adopted standards on teaching world religions disparage Hinduism and promote Judaism, Christianity, Islam and even Buddhism as “rooted in the divine.”

SAN FRANCISCO – A group of parents brought a federal complaint Wednesday against the California Department of Education, claiming newly adopted standards on teaching world religions disparage Hinduism and promote Judaism, Christianity, Islam and even Buddhism as “rooted in the divine.”

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