VOLUSIA COUNTY, Fla. - A school board meeting was postponed Tuesday after upset Volusia County parents said a world history textbook in schools statewide teaches children more about Islam than other religions.
They protested outside school district
Demonstrators on both sides had a heated discussion.
"The people behind this movement are reflecting a national trend of hate groups that are promoting hatred of their Muslim neighbors. I think that's un-American and it's frankly just promoting
The Volusia County School Board said it postponed its Tuesday meeting "in the interest of public safety."
The district said it was contacted by the U.S. Department of Justice before the meeting was supposed to start and said "the nature of this information raised substantial safety concerns."
The district said with the information
The district said it doesn't comment on procedures but did say there was no specific threat of violence.