Schools cautious, but optimistic of proposal
By JARED PUTNAM
April 19, 2007 – The Scrooge Report Post
The state of Georgia is prepared to introduce a pair of much talked about literature classes on the Bible into public schools next year, an offering that will likely be accepted by the Union County School System.
“I think it is something that we want to do,” Union County School Superintendent Tommy Stephens said. “But we will probably wait until everything is finalized and everything is out there. Until we actually get the curriculum and rules and regulations that go with all this it would be premature for us to even start planning for it. We want to make sure that when we do it, we are prepared to do it in the right way.”