After much resistance, a school district in Carmel, California has agreed to allow Child Evangelism Fellowship of California to distribute flyers to students.
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Liberty Counsel Defends School Against ACLU
The ACLU filed suit to take away property tax exemptions for housing that is owned by religious organizations and used by private school teachers.
Williamsburg, VA – Gene R. Nichol, president of the College of William and Mary, submitted a resignation letter yesterday after receiving notice that his contract would not be renewed by the college’s Board of Visitors.
Leading up to February 14, 2008, which is the Fifth Annual Day of Purity, youth are actively promoting purity by distributing flyers, wearing white Day of Purity T-shirts and LivePure wristbands and organizing events in their schools, communities and churches.
Court Upholds First Amendment
The Long Beach District School Board has approved a settlement agreement with Christopher Rand, a high school student who was denied credit for community service hours he completed at his church.
Demand Letter Causes School District To Stop Discrimination Against Christian Group
After Liberty Counsel issued a demand letter threatening legal action, the Medina City Schools backed down and agreed to distribute flyers announcing Child Evangelism Fellowship’s Good News Clubs.
Student Wins Talent Show After School Reverses Decision That Banned Christian Song
Monroe, MI – A student at Monroe High School won first place in a school talent show last night by singing a Christian song that school officials had banned the day before the program. School officials reversed their position after Liberty Counsel became involved and allowed sixteen-year-old sophomore James Whipper to perform the Christian rap song, “He’s Calling.”
School District Sued For Unconstitutional Community Service Policy
Long Beach, CA – Liberty Counsel filed suit against the Long Beach Unified School District on behalf of a 15-year-old high school student, Chris Rand, because the district refused to grant credit for over 80 hours of community service, solely because it was performed at a church.
ACLU Cannot Force School Districts to Censor Graduations
The graduating seniors at the six high schools in the Ouachita Parish School District voted to have a fellow student give a message during this week’s graduation ceremonies.
Elementary School Sex Survey
The Liberty Counsel is petition for Writ of Certiorari from the Supreme Court after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal decision regarding a psychological sex survey given to students at Mequite Elementary School.