Student Religious Freedom
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Student Religious Beliefs Conflicts.Students can be excused from some school activities if they conflict with their religious beliefs" ("Ask Sybil Liberty"). The issue of religion has also been brought up in regards to prayer and graduation. In 1992, the United States Supreme Court in Lee v. Weisman stated, "The First Amendment's Religion Clauses mean that religious beliefs and religious expression are too precious to be either proscribed or prescribed by the State" (Harrison and Gilbert 161).
Student Prayers.The court held that prayers at public high school graduations are unconstitutional. However, students can pray and have prayer groups at school if the groups are not sponsored or endorsed by school officials.
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