San Diego Unified School District officials are bracing for their Tuesday night meeting to be crowded with people upset, and in some cases misinformed, about a recently launched anti-bully campaign aimed at protecting Muslim students.

District spokesman Andrew Sharp said San Diego Unified heard from many people concerned that the effort would violation separation of church and state rules, plus other issues.

Many readers of The San Diego Union-Tribune and the Los Angeles Times, which published the same article about the April 4 school board meeting, raised many of the same concerns and questioned whether the district was giving special treatment to Muslim students.

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