There was a piece on ABC News a couple weeks ago about teaching the Bible in school, not in an attempt to convert, but rather as teaching about a book (or a Book, if you prefer) that has had great impact on American society. I found a 1974 article here suggesting that the Supreme Court rulings in the 1960s did NOT prohibit teaching about the Bible in school, only limited the manner in which it could be taught. This piece lays out the limitations as well.
There are a couple book publishers that provide textbooks for this purpose. This one has a self-proclaimed conservative agenda, while this one claims to be fair-minded.
So, being the curious librarian that I am, I was hoping that you can answer a couple questions for me:
1) Should the Bible, or Christianity, be taught in public schools?
2) Can the Bible, or Christianity, be taught in public schools objectively, without trying to "convert" the students?
3) What else should be taught in public schools? The Koran? Islam? Maybe some comparative religions course?