Were it up to me, I'd have them posted in every court room, but in Hebrew with Greek and Latin translations. Not a commandment displayed in English. They'd be sorted out of sequence too and with some misspellings.
Any 8th grader could visit and if they correctly translated any version as displayed (no cheating by those evangelical kids who have them memorized already; you need to translate as sorted and listed in the Court room) would receive a $1,000 from the Court to be set aside in a school savings fund. Finding a misspelling would get them a $100 bonus per error found.
That's what I'd do.