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Assessment of Freedom of Religion in Public Schools

The U.S. Supreme court has ruled that public schools do not have the right to penalize students for expressing their own personal religious views while at school unless the school authorities firmly believe that the expression set forth from the student interferes with the work of the school or infringes upon the constitutional rights of other individuals present. This ruling gives students the right to disburse religious tracts on campus but this act is subject to time, place, and manner to avoid significant disruptions.

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