After you think about that for a while, ask yourself what if I were a substitute and said something like "Do unto others as you would have them do to you". What would you say if a child asked you who said it and what book was it in and who was this Jesus guy? What if he told you he didn't have a Bible, would you offer to give him one? If you did do you think it would be worthy of being fired? Do you think that is something some other people should be angry about?
Now, if you said you would give the kid the Bible in that situation, does thinking about that and how others would feel about it make you think any differently about the first situation? Where does answering a question become indoctrination? What is appropriate or inappropriate discussion for people of different religious beliefs to have not only with each other as adults, but also with children. Do we think that we should be able to freely talk about Jesus, but expect that people of other religions will not think that they should have the same right.
The truth is never scared to be out in the mix. It can stand on its own feet and go toe to toe with any other belief system. The problem is others are scared of the truth because they can't stand up to it, so, they try to shut it out and shut it up. Notice the following story about a scenario like the ones above that actually happened. http://radio.foxnews.com/toddstarnes/top-stories/teacher-faces-suspension-for-sharing-bible-verse.html