Citing concerns about the "filth" that exists on the internet, a tiny Tennessee Christian school has asked the state legislature to allow students to be exempt from mandatory computer training if their parents are opposed to computer education for ethical reasons.

At issue is a state law requiring all students to take at least a year of computer training to help prepare them for the 21st century. Students must comply with the law to receive a high school diploma.

"The law says a student will have one year of

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