AED200 religion in schools.

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Miesha Branch 6/22/2010
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I believe that prayer is a personal choice and shouldn’t be permitted, encouraged, or required in public schools. I do however think that having a moment of silence is a good compromise because a student could be thinking or worshiping whomever or whatever religion they believe in if they do and this does not pin point any particular religion. I only have one point and this is that religion should not be preached in public schools. Local laws and government support my choice because the law states that it is unlawful to preach any particular religion in a public school. The laws are made so that everyone is treated the same way and not one group or religion is singled out. In private schools, like Catholic school the laws are different because it is a religious establishment and this is known before enrollment of the student. On table 6.1 from the text it states the various laws about preaching in public schools here are the laws
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This note was uploaded on 08/12/2010 for the course AED 123 taught by Professor Frllio during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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