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Will Bible be going back to school?

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Site-based council to consider elective

By Brittany Fuller

The state legislature has cleared the way for the Bible to again be taught in Kentucky schools, but it will be up to the high school’s site-based council to determine its fate in Anderson County.

Gov. Matt Bevin recently signed into law House Bill 128, which requires the Kentucky Board of Education in the Commonwealth to establish an elective social studies course on Hebrew Scripture, the Old and New Testament of the Bible, or a combination of the Hebrew Scripture’s and the New Testament to be taught at the high school level.


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