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Session 2 Notes Academically Expected The Bible in State Academic Standards-Academic expectations that states have regarding teaching about the Bible, Christianity, and Christians in history. Surprisingly, conservatives aren’t’ the only ones promoting the idea of the Bible and Christianity being taught in the schools even the NEA believes that educational material should accurately portray the influence of religion in our nation and throughout the world. When you teach academically about the Bible and Christianity as it relates to your subject matter, you are also living up to the Model Code of Ethics for Educators. This code was developed by the National Association of State Directors of Teacher Education and Certification. It states that “A Professional educator demonstrates commitment to high standards of practice through:1. Incorporating into one’s practice state and national standards, including those specify to one’s discipline,” While most of the standards that deal with how the Bible and Christianity have influenced history and society are dealt with in the social study standards, in the common core English/Language Arts standards, the Bible is referenced four times. It’s two different standards that are repeated twice, so
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