A controversial field trip to an Islamic mosque has caused a Tennessee high school to revise its field trip policy.
Students in a freshman honors world studies class at Henderson High School on Sept. 4 visited the Islamic Center of Nashville, where they were reportedly given copies of the Quran. They also visited a Hindu temple.
A Sumner County Schools spokesperson acknowledged there was concern about the field trip.
“Our district has reviewed the practice and decided to eliminate field trips to religious venues from this class, as it does not provide equal representation to all the religions studied in the course unit,” read the statement sent to Fox News. “This decision was made due to the fact that equal representation in regards to field trips for all religions studied in the course is not feasible.”
Fox News’ Todd Starnes reports that some parents were upset and wondered…
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