Monday, October 24, 2011

Feeder 3.3

Feeder 3.3

This article is about putting by not separating church and state and combining the Christian faith in with the student’s social studies books. That these new guidelines will affect grades from kindergarten till twelfth grades. Many people are against the vote to put Christianity into books just because of their thoughts on gay marriage, abortion and government spending. They also want to say that the United States was found devout Christians and according to biblical precepts. A big problem was the process of revising the social studies guidelines was the desire of the board to stress American acceptance. David Barton states that students should be taught the following principles that there is a fixed moral law derived from god and nature, there is a creator, the creator gives to man certain unalienable rights, etc. these right were taken from the Declaration of Independence. By March 3 all the decisions on Texas curriculum will be history.

Putting the Christian belief into the curriculum is a dictates religion saying that the United States was founded by a bunch of Christians by changing the components of history itself. They might as well just change the whole entire outcome of everything not just the science and the social studies books all of them so they everything would just be the way Texas curriculum wants it to be.

1 comment:

  1. This isn't bad, Cam. Your summary's a little shorter than I would like, but it wraps up the article well.