Kentucky Department of Education wants feedback on Bible literacy classes in schools

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) - The Kentucky Department of Education wants the public's feedback on Bible literacy courses in the state’s public schools, according to a report from our news partners at the Herald-Leader.

A new state law allows the department to create academic standards for elective social studies courses to include: Hebrew Scriptures and the Old Testament of the Bible; The New Testament of the Bible; or Hebrew Scripture and the New Testament of the Bible.

The Kentucky Department of Education will collect initial feedback through Sunday, Dec. 10.

You can take the survey using this link.



 
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