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Engel v. Vitale
Is it unconstitutional for public schools to encourage all of its students to pray each morning?
Concerned Parent, Stephen Engel
Prayer violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment of the Constitution. We shouldn't do that anymore.
President of School Board, William VItale
They don't HAVE to recite the prayer, so we aren't violating the First Amendment at all!
Majority Opinion - requiring public school students to participate in a religious prayer is unconstitutional
Dissenting Opinion - The establishment clause was only meant to keep state-sponsored churches from existing
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