Robert J. Dilzer, Jr., “Connecticut High School’s Most Popular Elective Course—Comparative Religions,” Religion & Public Education 13.2 (Spring 1986), pp. 41–44; Dorothy Sawyer, “‘Religions’ Class: A Public School Success,” Religion & Public Education 15.4 (Fall 1988), pp. 441–444. While success is possible, there can be difficulties, especially with textbooks. An article that carefully analyzes what history textbooks have omitted about American religion is Timothy L. Smith, “High School History Texts Adopted for Use in the State of Alabama: The Distortion and Exclusion of Religious Data,” Religion & Public Education 15.2 (Spring 1988), pp. 170–190.