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Religious liberty in public schools
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By Charles C. Haynes
First Amendment Center senior scholar
How far can public schools go in accommodating the religious needs of Muslim students? This question is presenting itself with increasing urgency, and it's a delicate balance to avoid doing too little or too much.
Court: U. of Calif. didn't discriminate against Christian schools
Federal judge says plaintiffs failed to prove that religious intolerance, rather than academic merit, prompted university system not to count courses.
Calif. teacher can pursue free-speech claim against district
Federal judge refuses to dismiss case, saying classroom banners that include words 'God' and 'Creator' provide 'healthy exposure' to diverse ideas.
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religious liberty in public schools issues >
Student religious practices
Teaching about religion
Pledge of Allegiance & religious liberty in public schools
Public schools & religious communities
Teachers' religious liberties
Bible in school
Distributing religious literature
Evolution & creation