Bible banned from American school district for ‘Vulgarity and Violence’
By Guardian Exclusive
24 June 2023 | 5:14 am
A school district in Utah, USA, called Davis School District, has ruled out the Bible in elementary and middle schools. The 72,000-student-populated School north of Salt Lake City, Utah, took this action after a complaint from a parent.
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