Will Supreme Court Put an End to Anti-Faith Bullies in Public Schools? | Charima News

Charisma News: “Public schools should encourage, not shut down, the free exchange of ideas,” says senior counsel David Cortman. “The personal well-wishes of a student at a graduation ceremony do not suddenly become unprotected by the First Amendment just because they mention God. Public school officials have no legitimate basis to shut down a student graduation speaker’s remarks just because they are motivated by the student’s religious, political or other personal beliefs. It is the student’s speech, not the school’s.”