Interesting story in the UK today; Richard Dawkins approves of government plan to put Bible in all state schools.
Prompted two thoughts. One is that there's a lot of complaints from christian groups here that they are persecuted by militant secularists, and this shows that atheism is essentially a tolerant outlook on life.
Two is that it's perfectly right for kids to learn about religions, as opposed to being indoctrinate. I agree with Dawkins on this, and say all schools should also have the Torah, Quran, Bhagavad Gita, etc ... although I would stop short on the works of Alistair Crowley.