VOANews: Letting Religion Into the Classroom, but Setting Limits
U.S. public schools must be neutral about religion. But the Constitution protects the rights of students who wish to express their faith. A first-grade teacher explains how she handles the subject at Christmastime.
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USCIS 100:10. What is freedom of religion?
- You can practice any religion, or not practice a religion.