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OpEd: Is the public school a religion-free zone?

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There is a mythology that in the public schools religion cannot be mentioned, the Bible can’t be taught, and religious expression is prohibited. As we gear up for a new school year, here are the commonly accepted guidelines for teaching the Bible (and religion) in the public school.

Does the Faith Ingredient Improve Educational Outcomes?

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The floors are being polished, the books are stacking up and school bells are being dusted off! The young scholars are coming back for more wisdom!

NYC schools spokesman says that churches can continue meeting

Thumbnail : NYC schools spokesman says that churches can continue meeting

Lawyer for Bronx Household of Faith says the time is right for a hearing before entire U.S. Court of Appeals.

Faith leaders keep up pressure for decision from De Blasio on school space for religious groups

Thumbnail : Faith leaders keep up pressure for decision from De Blasio on school space for religious groups

Department of Education says its up to the city’s lawyers. Video of Mayor De Blasio’s support for faith groups.

Updated: Federal Court of Appeals says, let NYC public schools decide on whether religious groups can meet in public schools in off-hours

Thumbnail : Updated: Federal Court of Appeals says, let NYC public schools decide on whether religious groups can meet in public schools in off-hours

Ball is in Mayor de Blasio’s court. Update: the Mayor responds.

A Lion in The Bronx Rises

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Fernando Cabrera on the path from pastor to city leader

Video report on NYC Council debate on “Right to Worship” resolution

Thumbnail : Video report on NYC Council debate on “Right to Worship” resolution

On May 22 NYC Council members set forth the arguments for and against Resolution 1155a. The “Right to Worship” Resolution passed by a vote of 38 to 11.

Right to Worship Resolution passes NY City Council by 38-11

Thumbnail : Right to Worship Resolution passes NY City Council by 38-11

Council steamrolls over Speaker Christine Quinn’s opposition to resolution.

City Council expected to vote today on allowing houses of worship to meet in public schools

Thumbnail : City Council expected to vote today on allowing houses of worship to meet in public schools

Speaker Christine Quinn says that she will allow vote.

Journey Poll: Who is the greatest threat to our constitutional freedoms? The city government or the churches who worship in public schools?

Thumbnail : Journey Poll: Who is the greatest threat to our constitutional freedoms? The city government or the churches who worship in public schools?

69% of the people surveyed near the public schools that host worship services approve of schools renting the space.

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