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Turning classrooms into laboratories of democracy
By Charles C. Haynes First Amendment Schools to apply lesson that rights, obligations of citizenship can’t be taught from a book — they must be lived and applied in daily life.   05.12.02

School prayer is already protected — no amendment needed
By Charles C. Haynes Grassroots campaign is under way to persuade your local government to endorse a confusing and misleading 'school prayer' amendment.   04.28.02

Stop the fighting: Use 'creation-evolution' conflict as teaching tool
By Charles C. Haynes We’ll never get beyond the battling until we help students understand the range of views — religious and non-religious — about the claims of science.   04.14.02

Holy Week, holy terror: We must do more to promote religious liberty
By Charles C. Haynes Religious freedom works, but we can't take it for granted.   03.31.02

State-imposed faith won't make U.S. stronger
By Charles C. Haynes Keeping the government from promoting religion is actually good for religion.   03.17.02

High court's pending vote on vouchers won't be end of the story
By Charles C. Haynes If court watchers are right and Cleveland program is given green light, the nation faces a fierce debate that may well determine the future of public education.   03.03.02

Media spotlight misses Utah's home-grown success story
By Charles C. Haynes Look beyond the myths, find a state committed to promoting religious liberty in public schools.   02.17.02

Mistakes in teaching about religion don't mean schools are 'anti-Christian'
By Charles C. Haynes Instead of making this another culture-war battle, let’s work together to ensure that all teachers have the preparation they need to get it right.   02.03.02

Breaking the gridlock to serve nation's needy
By Charles C. Haynes Diverse group agrees: Let’s act now on what we can agree on — and avoid bitter fights, lawsuits.   01.20.02

Believers should remember 'soul liberty,' respect rights of non-believers
By Charles C. Haynes Americans with no religious preference feel increasingly isolated, defensive about the joining of 'God and country' in ceremonies from Yankee Stadium to the local school.   01.06.02



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