The Nampa Classical Academy, a charter school in Idaho, is still under fire for using religious texts as the primary sources for teaching material.
They’ve already received five separate warnings from the state charter commission.
The charter commission outlined the allegations for the most recent reprimand. The commission says the school has a shelf of Bibles, used photocopies of the Bible for an assignment, and school officials visited an Arizona school to observe how it used the Bible. The commission also says the school’s curriculum shows it plans to use the Bible, the Qur’an and the Book of Mormon.
The state says of the school’s five warnings, two have been resolved. The school has until mid-December to submit a plan of action to correct the other three. In that plan, school leaders must also present a complete budget. If that is not done, the state could begin the lengthy process of revoking the school’s charter.
(Thanks to Brielle for the link!)