The American flag is supposed to fly outside every public school in the state of Minnesota. But that's not the case at an Islamic charter school -- funded by tax dollars. You can read the story by clicking here.
The Tarek ibn Ziyad Academy is accused of promoting Islam. A substitute teacher told local news reporters she was stunned at what was going on under the guise of public education. She told the Star-Tribune the school had washing rituals, prayers and a room where you had to take off your shoes.
Now the Minnesota Department of Education is getting involved, according to published reports. And they may launch an investigation.
As for that flag, a school official told a local television station that he didn't know how to work the flag pole.
You can read more about the controversy by clicking here.