Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

The free flow of education will resume in Cupertino

Do you remember the teacher in Cupertino, California whose school principal, afraid that his religious zeal might leak out in class, prevented him from teaching from any document that mentioned God, including the Declaration of Independence? I blogged about it here, here and here. As you can see, I blogged about it a lot to begin with, and then simply forgot. Fortunately, at Suitable For Mixed Company, Kathryn did not forget, and she updates us to let us know that the matter is over:

Thank goodness. The Cupertino, California, school kerfuffle has been settled, with the school district agreeing that their school policy lets teachers use historical handouts that have religious content, like the Declaration of Independence.