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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. FULL STORY>  
 
When the Bible goes to school, the tug-of-war begins
By Charles C. Haynes Students have the right to bring Scriptures to school, but any teaching involving the Bible must be done in constitutionally sound ways. 01.31.10
 
Tenn. board approves Bible-class guidelines
State officials say they tried to develop principles that are safe from legal challenge, but some say state-approved course could violate church-state separation. 02.01.10


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