In the state, of Texas at West Memorial Junior High School, a seventh grader was told to put the word ‘myth’ by God on one of her school assignments. Jordan Wooley, a 12-year-old, testifies before the school board as to what her teacher told her to do. She says that she was given an assignment that questioned her faith and that her teacher specifically said that God is a myth. The teacher told the students that if they put what they personally believe to be a fact, then they would fail the paper. Jordan was very brave as she stood up for God in her school and to the school board. A county commissioner stated that everything that Jordan shared was not true and he did not seek to get statements from the other parents who said their children were told to give the same answer as Jordan. It is important that we all stand up for our rights and students have the right to boldly stand up for Jesus Christ! Watch or listen now to hear the full comments from Jordan and the county commissioner. Also shared in this segment: Texas, liberties, grade, assignments, faith, first amendment, fact, opinion, education, text, and truth. Greg and John shared in this segment.
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