Having taxpayer-funded Bible literacy classes in schools is unconstitutional. If public schools adopt religious education curricula, they must implement a program which is diverse in schools of thought beyond those that use the Bible for teaching.
A growing number of educators are remodeling their classes by fusing game elements to their instructional environments. Does switching grades for experience points and homework for quests amount only to cosmetic surgery? Is school merely being “reskinned” with a new paint job without fundamentally altering the age-old classroom rituals?