Details of School Prayer Settlment Sound Difficult to Enforce

A school district in South Texas that was sued for what critics called pervasive religion on campuses has reached a settlement with the agnostic family.  The details on this are just fascinating and I would love to have been a fly on the wall for the mediation between the family and the school district. For example: Students are allowed to give prayers at graduations and similar events but the administrators on stage with the praying student cannot acknowledge what’s happening at that moment.

Today on News 92 FM I talked with the attorney for the plaintiffs, Gregory Lipper:

Click here to listen to Gregory Lipper explain the settlement


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