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Engel v. Vitale
Does a school requirement that students participate in a prayer violate the First Amendment's Establishment Clause?
Requiring a school prayer violates the Establishment Clause, because it establishes and enforces a national religion.
The prayer does not violate the Establishment Clause, because students of other religions can choose to not participate.
Requiring public school students to participate in a religious prayer is unconstitutional.
The Establishment Clause was only meant to prohibit the establishment of a state-sponsored church.
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