CHEROKEE COUNTY, Ga. -- A controversial story about school and religion centers around a metro Atlanta teacher who says God should be in the classroom. As is usually the case, there are two sides.
Sequoyah High School students are rallying around John Osborne, who is no longer at the school after talking about God in class. School officials say it was his call to leave, not theirs.
Osborne tells 11Alive he left because he wasn't supported by administrators.
Cherokee County Schools released a statement, making it clear that the teacher left on his own and is still employed. The statement read: