My oldest son has been back in school since January (we had been homeschooling), and he's been coming home with some interesting stories about his science teacher.
According to his science teacher,
1- If you love your mother, than you must believe in Jesus, because Jesus is love.
2- The science curriculum is not "the truth", and he hates that he has to teach from it.
3- He has only been confronted by one parent in his 20 years in the classroom, because the "lovely town" he teaches in is predominantly Christian.
I've taken some steps to find out what is going on, etc. But because we've been talking about the separation of church and state (or the myth of it, according to some posters) in another thread, I thought it would be good to get another perspective out there. This is a public school, and an actual science class where this is happening. And in 20 years, no one has really done anything about it.
If you were me, what would you do?
Also, can we please put to rest the idea that this kind of thing does not happen in the public schools?