School board member starts petition to cut state social studies tests due to religious concerns

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (AP) – Citing religious concerns, a Williamson County school board member has started a petition to cut state

social studies exams for middle school students. Board member Susan Curlee started the petition Wednesday, asking state

education commissioner Candice McQueen to remove social studies tests for sixth and seventh grade students.

 

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