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Oklahoma superintendent directs public schools to incorporate the Bible into curriculum

July 05, 2024

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CWN Editor's Note: Oklahoma’s State Superintendent of Public Instruction has directed public school superintendents across the state to “incorporate the Bible, which includes the Ten Commandments, as an instructional support in the curriculum” in grades 5-12.

“The Bible is one of the most historically significant books and a cornerstone of Western civilization,” Ryan Walters wrote in his memo. Walters emphasized that he expects “immediate and strict compliance.”

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