This chapter argues that there are three related potential problems with how religion is treated in the curricula of public schools and universities. First, education leaves students religiously ignorant. Second, public schools and universities are not religiously neutral; rather, they take sides, privileging secular over religious ways of making sense of the world and living our lives. Third, public education borders on secular indoctrination.
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