I'd prefer if they would just implement a general theology class in high schools- possibly as an addition to an existing history course. It wouldn’t need to be anything extravagant, just something to give children a basic and neutral understanding of each religion's customs and practices and the affects that those religions have had on the development of modern society.
Give kids the facts and let them make their own informed
I don't think "diversity" and "tolerance" should be pushed on kids any more than it already is. I know I absolutely hated when my school decided to do monthly "diversity" lectures. "Now everyone throw your shoes into the middle. Kids, discriminating based on race/religion/etc. is just like discriminating based on what brand of shoes a person wears" "we all bleed the same colour" pushing globalist rhetoric like that on kids is no better than filling their heads with racist propaganda and only serves to make future generations closed minded. The facts should be sufficient.
I remember when I was in University, my English Prof. and I were having a conversation regarding censorship and the education system. The fact of the matter is that the schooling system doesn't actually teach kids to think for themselves until they hit university. Before that it's all about verbatim answers. Very rarely do high schools teach their students to understand or to draw their own conclusions. But why? According to my prof. it's because you don't want to teach kids controversy. You want to indoctrinate them in your mind-set make them believe what you do and accept it as the absolute truth. Good and evil, black and white and then, once their minds are made up and you can slowly give them the facts because 9 times out of 10, it won’t change their views anyhow.
But how does that encourage education? What are we, as adults, so afraid of that we feel we need to limit the intelligence of our children? Exposing our kids to censorship and propaganda under the guise of "education" only hinders our own development as a society. Of course, I may be wrong here. I am only human after all, and what do I know. Maybe the Dark Ages didn't
actually hinder societal growth and development all that much. You're call.