Compare the current rulings about different types of prayer in public schools. Then, determine which has the weakest legal standing and explain why.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 6:53 am ad1c9bdddf
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Permissible Private Prayer and Secular Study of Religion:
The Supreme Court has never actually banned students from praying voluntarily and privately on their own, provided there is no state intervention. Students are allowed to pray as so long as there is no guidance or coercion from school authorities. Religious student groups are also permissible and could meet like every other club in a public school and protected by the federal Equal Access Act.
Study of religion is also constitutionally permitted in public schools as so long as it has a secular purpose (it's primary purpose being to ...
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Prayer in schools is debated.
Debate the pros and cons of prayer, Bible reading, and religious observations in public schools. Should current laws change regarding these activities? Why or why not? Support your opinions by identifying the legal rights and responsibilities of the various stakeholders in the educational community.View Full Posting Details