... that public schools used to think it is. A recent Education Week article posits that it may do a better job than Jesus Christ Himself. Jesus, by the way, teaches in public school:
"The question is, can a reasonably competent person do a better job one on one—in a loving relationship where you own that child’s time—than someone who walks on water but comes into a room full of 30 kids? ... It would seem to me the evidence would suggest this is a reasonably positive effect on kids.”
Can you believe this is a pro-public school type of publication implying Jesus couldn't do as well as we could? I guess I'll just let them go ahead and think that.