To what degree should religion be allowed in public schools? On one extreme I see a Christian controlled curriculum where things like evolution are kicked out but on the other I see the atheist extreme where the history of Thanksgiving can be covered so long as no mention is made of the Pilgrim's faith in God. Also I see music classes where all religious songs are removed even if they represent the pinnacle of wester culture. At the same time you see the pushing of a non-religious social agenda at all levels of curriculum. Saying that homosexuality is normal and ok is a moral judgement and teaching that to every kid is a form of indoctrination.
So is there some kind of happy middle ground or will this be a matter of both sides imposing their views on the other? I guess in the long run I see education going private again so that parents can send their kids to the schools most likely to reflect their beliefs. Personally I think a private system with public vouchers given to the poor would vastly improve the education system in the US anyway.