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Preserving the First Amendment in Education

May 10, 2016

Select students from every graduating class will be asked to stand and give a short speech during their commencement ceremony. In past years, many of these students have wanted to recognize God in their speeches only to be refused by school administrators. This all-to-common scenario raises a timely question: do students have a constitutional right to speak about their religious beliefs in a graduation speech?

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