The First Amendment and its Impact on Education

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The Battle over the Pledge Students shouldn’t be forced to have to say or hear the pledge. This is something that should be respected whether or not people seem it fair or not. This issue can be devastating to students in the classroom. When students are learning about the fact that in America we have free speech this can cause numerous issues. Students who don’t believe in the pledge will be exposed to it in daily class, and also if students who want to recite the pledge are forced to leave it out of their daily schedule. Stand on Ceremony When comparing the Pledge of Allegiance to a prayer people often have mixed views on this. Students should have the right to hear it just as much as they have the right not to. Many schools choose not to state the pledge or even pray. This affects just as many students either way you look at it. In the classroom students feel as if they are outsiders either way it goes. Is Student-Led Prayer at Public High School football Games
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