The other day, I posted about Professor Sophia Wilberscheid of Indian River State College in Fort Pierce, Florida who put an extra credit question dealing with Bible knowledge on a final exam for Introduction to Computer Applications for Business.
There’s been a resolution to the story, courtesy of James Kirley of the TCPalm newspaper.
An Indian River State College teacher’s extra credit question on a final exam wound up as discussion on a Web site devoted to atheism, prompting school authorities to require the teacher to take extra training on how to administer tests.
“Our policy requires teachers to adhere to the course content for testing,” said Michelle Abaldo, IRSC director of institutional advancement. “The instructor acknowledged that she did not adhere to that policy.”
The student who called out the professor actually spoke very highly of her.
So the professor was properly admonished. No further punishments needed — as long as she doesn’t do it again.
If only all cases of Christians injecting religion into places it doesn’t belong were handled this smoothly.
(via Atheism Examiner)