So can we blame God if we fail out exams?
Religious Students Can’t Be Penalized For Scientifically Incorrect Schoolwork In New Bill

The bill allows students to answer questions based on religious beliefs, rather than scientific fact
On Wednesday, the Ohio House passed the “Student Religious Liberties Act,” which, if passed by the Senate, states that students can’t be penalized if their test answers and schoolwork are scientifically wrong as long as the reasoning is because of their religious beliefs.

Instead, lawmakers want students to be graded on substance and relevance rather than on what has been scientifically proven in history. The bill, which passed 61 to 31 in the Republican-dominated legislative chamber, will now move on to the GOP-controlled Senate where it will likely be upheld.

“No board of education of a school district shall adopt any policy or rule respecting or promoting an establishment of religion or prohibiting any pupil from the free, individual, and voluntary exercise or expression of the pupil’s religious beliefs in any primary or secondary school,” the bill stated in part.
So can we blame God if we fail out exams?
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