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State Board of Education fields concerns about Christian bias in proposed K-12 curriculum

The proposal comes as part of a larger effort by officials in Texas and across the country to inject Christianity into public life.

TEA Commissioner Mike Morath, center left, answers questions from State Board of Education members at the start of their meeting on Wednesday, June 26, 2024, at the William B. Travis Building in Austin. Morath recommended the SBOE approve five new charter school systems in the state.

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