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CA3Rs Bulletin, April 2014

Religious Holidays in Public Schools: Passover and Easter

Lesson: What is Yoga?

Teachers Corner
Resources and Lessons
Religion in American History
American Government and Religion
Religion in World History
World Religions
 
Institutes and Workshops for Teachers
Digital Documentaries
Constitution Day & Bill of Rights Day Resources
Face to Faith
 
 
How do the 3R apply in Schools?
World Religions on
the Calendar

 

 

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