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The Separation of School and State Families these days are becoming more and more religious yet they can not decide if religion should actually be a part of the school day Whether or not religion should be allowed in public schools is a very controversial issue Some people strongly oppose it and some strongly support it In fact they support it so much that the parents are choosing to pull their children from the public school systems For decades now since 1962 when the US Supreme Court threw prayer out of schools in the case of Engle V Vitale school prayer 1 the separation of school and church has been a heated issue always in debate In recent years there has been a rapid growth of teen-prayer groups being formed These groups mostly made up of Christian teens raise some major concerns Newcomb 1 Although religious groups are not allowed to meet during the regular school day they can meet after and before school As a result of so many groups children that are not Christian are beginning to question and try their own faith These children the minority feel left out and uncomfortable In a survey that was conducted in Lincoln High School sixteen students were asked if they would feel left out if students were publically leading group prayers The results were varied although most said they would not feel left out One anti-religion activist states Public schools are for all children no matter the religion and are supported by all taxpayers and therefore should be free of religious observances Another states Religion is private and schools are public-so it is appropriate
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