Can schools ask about your religion or sexuality?

Answer On One Hand: Public Schools Must Abide by the First AmendmentPublic schools and universities do not have the right to ask about a student's religion or sexuality. A recent article in the Washington... Read More »

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Religion & Schools?

The United States Constitution conveys the separation of church and state in two separate clauses, known as the "Establishment Clause" and the "Free-Exercise Clause." The Establishment Clause disal... Read More »

No Religion in Public Schools in the U.S.?

In America, students have a variety of religious faiths, such as Christianity, Judaism and Buddhism. Although these beliefs are likely very important to many students, unless a school is private, i... Read More »

Is it right to teach religion in schools?

On One Hand: Religion Should Be Taught in SchoolReligion is an important part of society, and it's possible to learn a large amount about a culture from its religion. Greek myths show a lot about G... Read More »

About Religion in the Public Schools?

The First Amendment mandates that public school officials must maintain a neutral policy in their treatment of religion. Schools cannot show hostility or favoritism toward or against religious expr... Read More »