Public Schools | Public school educators are learning to be bold about sharing their faith on campus
by Sophia Lee
Posted 5/18/16, 08:35 am
Mike Hicks realized just how isolated Christian teachers in public schools were when he bumped into a colleague at a beach parking lot and couldn’t remember where he’d met him. Hicks, a high school biology teacher at Centennial High School in Bakersfield, Calif., and the other man, an English teacher at the same school, at first stared awkwardly at each other, trying to figure out where their path had crossed. When they finally realized they taught at the same school, both men chuckled with embarrassment.