Religious freedom in public schools is protected by federal and state law. This guide explains students' religious freedom rights in public schools.
Tell politicians that the government has no business promoting one religion over others.
Case No. 13-5957 (U.S. District Court, Eastern District, Knoxville, Judge Phillips) Plaintiff: Steve B. Smith Plaintiff-Appellees: David Kucera; Vickie F. Fogerty After a budget shortfall, the Jefferson County school board [...]
Cooperating Attorneys: Amanda C. Goad, Staff Attorney for ACLU LGBT Project ; Heather L. Weaver, Staff Attorney for ACLU Program on Freedom of Religion and Belief; Galen Sherwin, Staff Attorney [...]
ACLU-TN Concerns Addressed in Settlement Agreement FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 7, 2011 CONTACT: Hedy Weinberg, ACLU of Tennessee, (615) 320-7142 NASHVILLE – The Sumner County Board of Education voted last [...]
(Case No. 3:11-cv-00408, U.S. District Court, Middle District, Nashville, Judge Sharpe) ACLU-TN Cooperating Attorneys: George Barrett and Scott P. Tift of Barrett Johnston. Plaintiffs: ACLU-TN, Jane Doe as the Natural [...]
When the City of Clarksville’s annual Christmas on the Cumberland Celebration appeared to be singling out a particular religious view for favorable treatment, city residents contacted ACLU-TN. Upon investigation, ACLU-TN [...]