Visit public schools anywhere in America today and you’re likely to see kids praying around the flagpole,sharing their faith with classmates,reading scriptures in free time,forming religious clubs,and in other ways bringing God with them through the schoolhouse door each day. As for celebrating Christmas,students are free to say “Merry Christmas,” give Christmas messages to others,and organize Christmas devotionals in student Christian clubs. It’s true that some public school officials still misunderstand (or ignore) the First Amendment by censoring student religious expression that is protected under current law. But when challenged in court,they invariably lose.
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