A school teacher at High Desert School in Acton, California gave his 7th grade history class a worksheet, Vocabulary Pictures: The Rise of Islam. The worksheet contained words related to Islam with a space below the words for the students to draw pictures of what the word referred to. One of the words was the name of the founder of Islam, Mohammed. A parent of one of the children complained that the worksheet was insensitive to the Islamic belief that people should not make images of Mohammed. This caused the school to ban the drawing of Mohammed or of any religious leader.