Accelerated Christian Education in Texas? Al Jazeera’s Sue Mowatt explains

The Christian Coalition is not a religious organization, and it is not one of the groups that were initially investigated by the FBI.

The coalition’s website describes it as “the largest evangelical Christian organization in the world.”

However, the FBI investigation of the group and the investigation of its relationship with the Trump White House, which was led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, have made the group a focus for the public.

In the course of its investigation, the Justice Department found that the Trump campaign colluded with the Christian Coalition to spread false information about the Texas State Board of Education.

This was a breach of federal law, and the Justice department has brought criminal charges against three individuals and has taken the coalition to court to force it to disclose more information about its ties to the Trump administration.

On February 9, the group announced a partnership with a Houston-based technology company called Digital Solutions to offer “an innovative and affordable online educational platform that provides a Christian education curriculum”.

The coalition has said it will be hiring thousands of teachers, with an estimated annual payroll of $5 million, and said that it will “take action against anyone who violates the law”.

This is in spite of the fact that the Justice, Education and Labor departments have been investigating the Christian Alliance for several years, as part of the probe into the Trump Administration’s dealings with the religious community.

The Department of Education is also investigating the group.

It has been accused of recruiting students, providing fake information and conducting “hundreds of deceptive advertisements”.

On Thursday, the US Justice Department said it would not prosecute the Christian Association of Texas (CAIT) because the government does not have the authority to investigate “public officials”.

The US Attorney’s Office in Austin is prosecuting the Christian Community Foundation (CCF) for allegedly operating a scheme to influence public officials in Texas.

CCF was founded in 2001 by Jerry Falwell Sr and is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.

In 2013, the foundation received a $1.3 million grant from the Donald Trump Foundation, which the charity has said was a donation from “a friend”.

But the CCF says it was a grant from a government agency and that it had no involvement in the grantmaking.

On Monday, the New York Attorney General’s office filed a lawsuit against the Christian Council of America (CCA), which is also a 501c)(4) charitable organisation.

The CCA, which has not been publicly named, was founded by Jerry Seinfeld and is led by Steve Schuh.

It was previously called the Jerry Falcos Foundation.

The Trump Foundation and the Christian Leadership Network, a nonprofit organisation run by the Trump family, were also targets of the investigation.

The Republican Party of Texas is also under investigation by the Justice and Education departments, as are several other Republican organisations.

The Justice Department says that it is also looking into allegations that the Christian Education Association of Houston (CEA), a network of Christian schools that operate out of Texas, violated the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA).

According to a statement from the Justice or Education department, the investigation into CEA’s “advocacy activities” included “a number of violations of the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act (RLUIPA) and federal civil rights laws relating to bias-based discrimination and hate speech”.

The Justice or Justice department says that the “complaint alleges that the organization, through its leadership, engaged in discriminatory and hateful conduct” and that “a group of Christian teachers” was targeted because of their religion.

In its statement, the Department of Justice said that “the Christian Education Associations in Texas have been the subject of an extensive investigation by local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies, including a joint investigation with the U.S. Attorney’s office in Houston, and that the investigation revealed the following: “The CEA is a non-profit organization whose sole purpose is to educate Christian citizens about Biblical principles and Christian values through teaching and scholarship.

It is the only organization that actively pursues Christian values in education.

The CEA promotes an academic curriculum that promotes Christian values by providing a comprehensive foundation in Christian values for children from kindergarten to high school.

CEA provides free curriculum to students from kindergarten through high school.

“According to the statement, CEA also teaches the children of Christian parents to use “the biblical word of God”.

According to an article by the Texas Tribune, the Texas Education Agency is also seeking to investigate the educational activities of the Texas Christian Alliance (TCA), the organisation that is led and managed by Jerry Brown.

According to this article, the TCA is not required to disclose its funding sources and is not subject to the Freedom of Information Act.

The Texas Tribune reported that the Texas Republican Party is also being investigated.

On Wednesday, the Republican National Committee announced that it would be launching an investigation into the TCTA, but would not reveal the details