Indoctrination is not the real issue in public school lessons on Islam (COMMENTARY)

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First-graders at Minneha Core Knowledge Elementary School in Wichita, Kan., learn about different houses of worship as part of their school's world religions curriculum, on Nov. 13, 2013. The school, which uses a curriculum founded by education researcher E.D. Hirsch, teaches about the world's religions in several grades as part of social studies. Religion News Service photo by Linda K. Wertheimer

First-graders at Minneha Core Knowledge Elementary School in Wichita, Kan., learn about different houses of worship as part of their school's world religions curriculum, on Nov. 13, 2013. The school, which uses a curriculum founded by education researcher E.D. Hirsch, teaches about the world's religions in several grades as part of social studies. Religion News Service photo by Linda K. Wertheimer

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(RNS) A much bigger problem is pro-Christian and anti-Muslim bias that some educators may bring into the classroom.