AED 200. Checkpoint Religion in Schools. Week 4. Day 2

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Religion in Schools 1 Checkpoint: Religion in Schools AED/200
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Religion in Schools 2 Personal Opinion of Religion in Schools Opinions of the court systems Public funds should be allowed for materials and transportation in the religious school system. Supported by the US Supreme Court as in the case of Everson v Board of Education in 1947 (Wikipedia, 2010). Public funds should be allowed to supply an interpreter for a disabled child whether in the public or religious school system. Supported by the US Supreme Court as in the case of Zobrest v Catalina Foothills School District in 1993 (About, 2010) Prayer during an extra-curricular activity should be allowed if all who are involved agree to terms. Supported by the US Supreme Court. Not supported by the District Court as in the case of Santa Fe Independent School district, Petitioner v Jane Doe in 2000 (Find Law, 2010). Biblical explanation should not be taught in the public school system because of the different religions and their different beliefs. This issue is supported and not supported
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course AED/201 201 taught by Professor Lisamariemillersellner during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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