Parents in South Dakota Protest Secular Humanism

Mirga, Tom
October 1981
Education Week;10/5/1981, Vol. 1 Issue 5, p5
The article reports on the parents' protest against the administrators of school system in South Dakota, for allowing sex education and theory evolution as part of the school's curricula. The parents demanded that schools must stop subjecting their children to objectionable activities based on moral and religious grounds, which was rejected by the administrators.


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