Religion in the Classroom; A Right?

Brownby Christina Brown

According to the First Amendment, everyone has the right to religious freedom, everyone can cherish one’s god in his or her own way, everyone can freely speak of their religion. Somehow, public schools have gone against the right to have freedom of religion within its walls. The children, kindergarten to fifth grade, the preteenagers, sixth grade to eighth grade, and the teenagers, freshmen to senior, all have the right of religion taken away for eight hours five days a week. Why do schools believe they have the power to monitor what is said about religion within the halls and     Login or Subscribe to read the rest of this story.

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