Difference between revisions of "School prayer"

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The issue of prayer in U.S. public schools has been a divisive one since the 1960s. Some critics of the practice have stated (or hinted) that letting government-paid teachers lead students in prayer is tantamount to an [[establishment of religion]]. It was removed by atheist campaigner, Madeline O'Hare, who stated it undermined the American constitution, which states the US is secular.
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The issue of prayer in U.S. public schools has been a divisive one since the 1960s. Some critics of the practice have stated (or hinted) that letting government-paid teachers lead students in prayer is tantamount to an [[establishment of religion]].

Revision as of 06:08, 26 July 2007

The issue of prayer in U.S. public schools has been a divisive one since the 1960s. Some critics of the practice have stated (or hinted) that letting government-paid teachers lead students in prayer is tantamount to an establishment of religion.