When I was in high school, my Christian club secured a legal team to help us navigate what we were allowed to do on school property. Could we have a Bible study during lunch time in the courtyard? Could one of the boys preach like Ray Comfort near the front doors of the school? Was I allowed to have my Bible in class? Was it illegal for the school to censor my friend from sharing the gospel at a school assembly?

We were a controversial group, and the legality of our actions was sometimes called into question. I wish that the club leader had known what the rights of students were and what was considered a breach of church and State separation.

Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AUSCS) just published a new book detailing the current rights and legal climate connecting religion and schools: Religion in the Public Schools: A Road Map for Avoiding Lawsuits and Respecting Parents’ Legal Rights by Anne Lofaso, an Associate Professor of Law at West Virginia University College of Law.

Watch the introductory video and see if it’s a resource you’d find helpful!

You can download the PDF version of the book for FREE at religioninthepublicschools.com and buy the hard copy for reference on Amazon.com.

<a href=”http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/061531001X?ie=UTF8&tag=godlgirl-20&linkCode=as2&camp=1789&creative=390957&creativeASIN=061531001X”>Religion in the Public Schools: A Road Map for Avoiding Lawsuits and Respecting Parents’ Legal Rights</a>
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