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Topic - Mary Eady
She said while the teacher called it an "opening sequence," the connotation was the same in her mind: Students were learning to worship the sun, which went against her Christian beliefs that only God should be worshipped.
"It will change the way you think," she said. "What they are teaching is inherently spiritual, it's just inappropriate, therefore, in our public schools."