Kindergartner, Antonio Peck’s drawing of Jesus was censored by his school once, but today’s Supreme Court decision ensures it will not happen again.
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The U.S. Supreme Court will decide soon whether to hear a case involving a school district’s censorship of a kindergartner’s art poster that contained a picture of Jesus.
Diversity Day Denied
Viroqua High School officials chose to cancel tomorrow’s Diversity Day activities after Liberty Counsel presented legal precedent requiring inclusion of the viewpoints of Christians and former homosexuals.
A Constitutional Christmas
It’s time to set the record straight – Christmas is constitutional.
California School Gives Good News to Clubs
Following a lawsuit on behalf of the Good News Club, which is sponsored by Child Evangelism Fellowship, the Chico Unified School District repealed its policy under which the District charged higher facilities usage fees to religious groups than to secular groups. The higher fees eventually forced the Good News Clubs to stop meeting.
Good News for Child Evangelists?
Two recent legal battles remind us that “religious speech is not an orphan to the First Amendment.”
Graduation Day Acknowledgments
Students and invited speakers do not shed their constitutional rights when they step up to the graduation podium. Expressing faith in God does not disqualify a student from delivering a graduation message.
Sex Ed Curriculum Scrapped
On May 23 the Montgomery County School Board voted to completely scrap a controversial sex education curriculum.
Federal Judge Halts Course
On May 5 United States District Court Judge Alexander Williams, Jr. issued a temporary restraining order against the Montgomery County Public Schools Board of Education, prohibiting it from implementing the recently adopted controversial health education curriculum.
Parents Sue District Over Homosexual Education
Montgomery County residents have sued to block implementation of a homosexual sex-ed curriculum scheduled to begin on May 5, 2005, in six pilot schools in grades 8-10.