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Topic - Mike Conner
A Tennessee father forced a school to cancel field trips to area religious houses of worship after he pushed administrators to explain why it seemed they were focusing on Islam over Christianity and other religions.
Mr. Conner said his daughter was slated to visit a mosque and a Hindu temple — and that he objected to the religions that were cut from the list of planned field fields.
Mike Conner, 46, said his 14-year-old stepdaughter takes an Honors World Studies class at her Hendersonville area school, ABC reported.