A western Michigan school teacher will no longer be leading faith-based discussions with elementary students. The Associated Press reports that Hudsonville Public Schools ended the talks, following complaints by a civil rights group. Assistant superintendent, Scott Smith, says the district didn’t know a fifth-grade teacher was holding lunchtime Bible studies with students until it was contacted on November 6th, by the Michigan Association of Civil Rights Activists. School officials met with the teacher and those talks have come to a close.

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