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Two more US states to include Sikhism in school curriculum

‌‌The Sikh Coalition first asked for Sikhi to be included in the new standards way back in May 2020 due to ‌‌which over 24 million kids in the United States are currently exposed to its teachings.

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This month, Utah and Mississippi became the 15th and 16th states in the United States to include Sikhi (Sikhism) in their state social studies curriculum. As a result, public school students can now study the Sikh religion alongside other major world religions.

‌‌The announcements were made possible through Sikh Coalition's collaboration with sangat members, gurdwaras, associated groups and state education officials in both states.

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