This reminds me of Tim Pawlenty's speech recently at CPAC. Pawlenty, formerly a moderate Republican, had this to say about secularism and the Constitution:
"God’s in charge.' 'God is in charge.' There are some people who say, ‘Oh, you know, Pawlenty, don’t bring that up. You know, it’s politically incorrect.’ Hogwash.' These are enshrined in the founding documents and perspective of our country."
Luckily, if students actually read any primary sources at all, like, for instance, the US Constitution, they'll realize that their Board of Education, and Tim Pawlenty, are delusional. The US Constitution was actually the most radical attempt in the history of mankind to create a government that excluded God altogether. With any luck, they'll delve a little deeper and come to realize that the most influential members of the Constitutional Convention, like Jefferson, Washington, Madison, Hamilton, and Franklin, leaned towards Deism, even if they could accurately be described as Christian.