September 21, 2022
Courts have struggled to distinguish religious-themed activities and symbols that cross the line from those with enough secular significance to pass constitutional muster.
August 04, 2022
The recent Supreme Court decision involving prayer will be the subject of a lively discussion at noon Aug. 11, when Ray Pinney, director of county activities and member engagement at New Jersey School Boards Association, interviews Marc Zitomer, a partner with Schenk, Price, Smith & King LLC
June 28, 2022
In sum, the court concluded that the district had violated the football coach's First Amendment rights because he was engaging in private speech during time when other coaches were also engaged in private, albeit secular, speech.
February 09, 2016
Although it has been more than a half century since the U.S. Supreme Court struck down school-sponsored prayer, controversies concerning religion in the public schools…