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Religion in Public Schools | Challenging the perceptions for our realities!
What Can We Do About the Public Schools? by John D. Morris, Ph.D. For those of us who attended public schools some years ago, it is often difficult to believe the shocking tales we hear about the decadence, drugs, inferior teaching, etc., that seems to reign there now. When I was going to school, the wrong influences were certainly present, but they weren't that bad. The situation in public schools is now much different. The mood now in many schools is aggressively anti-Christian, although there are still many fine and dedicated public school teachers and administrators. We especially thank God for Christian teachers who consider their jobs a mission field and a Christian calling. But our Judeo-Christian morality and ethics are often but a faded memory and attempts to retain them are frequently met with opposition and intimidation. I am most familiar with the situation in California, of course, and perhaps here it is the worst. Open drug sales and use, ethnic gang wars, and