Equipping Teachers with Valuable Resources
Are you wondering what is, and isn’t, legal or appropriate when it comes to how the Bible and Christianity can be addressed in your classroom? You are not alone. There is a common misconception that teaching about the Bible and Christianity is not allowed in a public school classroom. The resources on this page will clear up that confusion and help you move from fear to freedom.
- Practical tools to help you appropriately and lawfully teach about the Bible and Christianity as it relates to history, culture, and values
- Research on federal guidelines and state laws regarding religious liberty affecting you and your students
- Information about your state’s academic standards regarding teaching about religion
- Online and in-person professional development: Faith, Freedom & Public Schools
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Bible Literacy - The Bible and It's Influence is the "only First-Amendment-safe textbook that supports academic study of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation". It is used in public schools across 43 states.
CEAI/Christian Educators Association Intl - A professional association that offers liability insurance, job action protection, prayer networks, and daily devotionals for Christian educators.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes - A campus ministry led by student-athletes and coaches on junior high, high school and college campuses.
Good News Clubs (Child Evangelism Fellowship) - Bible clubs that meet in public schools after school hours (on the same terms as other community groups). Children enjoy lessons, songs, games and scripture memorization.
Moms in Prayer, Intl - Women gather together regularly to pray for children and schools in all 50 states.
National School Project - University students are trained by NSP to coach and mentor students in high school Christian clubs.
Released Time Education - In many states students can legally leave campus to receive devotional religious instruction.