ACLU-TN Briefing Paper – Religion in Public Schools

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Students in Tennessee have the right to make important religious decisions privately with their families, without the influence or interference of their school officials. This publication serves as an in-depth guide for school administrators and educators on how to best understand and respect their students’ right to religious freedom, reviewing state and federal laws about the Pledge of Allegiance, the distribution of Bibles, holiday celebrations, moments of silence, prayer in the classroom and more.

ACLU-TN Briefing Paper – Religion in Public Schools

2016-07-07T14:04:35-05:00 January 29th, 2015|Categories: Know Your Rights, Publications|