bigh0rt wrote:I asked why can't we have both, and you replied citing limited funding and budgeting issues, saying we should invest time and money into removing drugs, guns, and gangs from our schools, and then look at religious discrepancy. What I'm saying is, the three former require time and money while simply not discussing religion outside of the context of curriculum doesn't. It's free.
But investigating reports and ensuring those conversations don't happen isn't free. Someone (more likely several people) has to oversee it all and said person (more like people) draws a paycheck. Their time is better served eliminating more important matters.