Public Prayer Doesn’t Belong in Public Schools

Via David Saperstein and Teresa Jefferson-Snorton

Religious freedom promises that all of our children can attend public schools without being pressured by teachers or coaches to attend other people’s prayers. This makes public schools welcoming to all families, regardless of religious beliefs. Most Americans take this basic constitutional defense for granted.

But the Supreme Court decided to revisit this well-resolved issue of law in a case called Kennedy sues Bremerton School District. As religious leaders of different faith traditions, we know this situation can put the religious freedoms of children in our community at risk — even Christians. religious or Jewish. We have an even greater concern for children of smaller religious minorities. Public Prayer Doesn’t Belong in Public Schools

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