Religion in the Public Schools Is Being Distributed Free Online

A new book published by Americans United for Separation of Church and State gives educators and families detailed information about the law governing religion and the public schools.

Religion in the Public Schools: A Road Map for Avoiding Lawsuits and Respecting Parents’ Legal Rights is a 129-page guide that provides a clear and concise account of court rulings on a variety of religious issues related to the classroom.

“This book will be help educators, parents and students navigate sometimes-tricky issues regarding the role of religion in the classroom,” said the Rev. Barry W. Lynn, executive director of Americans United. “Given all the disputes about this topic around the country, it is extraordinarily

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PS I put this in the Water Cooler category b/c I did not see one for Legal or Schools ...

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Thanks!

You should also post this in the parenting group: http://www.atheistnexus.org/group/parentinglittleheathens
Thanks I posted it to that Group too.

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