Or at least read him. Georgia schools can now offer Bible classes. Of course there are no guidelines beyond the ACLU lawsuits that will inevitably show up.
A new law requires the State Board of Education to create two optional, non-devotional classes on the history and literature of the Old and New Testaments and leaves the details for the State Board of Education to decide. But a proposal from the state Department of Education indicates that most of the decisions will be left to local school systems —- which will be given little information about appropriate lessons, classroom materials or teacher qualifications.
Now, seriously, does any student really want to spend one class every day studying the Bible and then go to Sunday School on Sunday for more?