US Public Schools Face Dilemma Over Muslim Holidays


As religious minorities grow across the United States, more are demanding that public schools close not just on Christmas and Easter, but also on their holidays. The issue has become a problem for many school boards, such as the one in Montgomery County, Maryland. VOA religion correspondent Jerome Socolovsky reports.

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