Engel v Vitale

Engel v Vitale
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  • Engel v Vitale 1962
  • I am Steven Engel, and I represent many families in New York
  • I am William Vitale, and I am from the Board of Education
  • New York state law required public schools to have a prayer every morning. Many families disagreed with this.
  • FACTS Steven Engel argues that public schools having an official prayer is against the constitution.
  • William Vitale (Board of Education) argued that the prayer did not promote a specific religion, and that it was voluntary William Vitale (Board of Education) argued that the prayer did not promote a specific religion, and that it was voluntary
  • Steven Engel argues that public schools having an official prayer is against the constitution. Steven Engel argues that public schools having an official prayer is against the constitution. The argument was if a school having an official prayer was against the constitution.
  • Engel: Public schools having an official prayer is against the constitution.
  • William Vitale (Board of Education) argued that the prayer did not promote a specific religion, and that it was voluntary so it is not unconstitutional.
  • William Vitale (Board of Education) argued that the prayer did not promote a specific religion, and that it was voluntary William Vitale (Board of Education) argued that the prayer did not promote a specific religion, and that it was voluntary
  • Steven Engel argues that public schools having an official prayer is against the constitution. Steven Engel argues that public schools having an official prayer is against the constitution.
  • Vitale: The prayer does not promote a specific religion, and it is voluntary so it is not unconstitutional.
  • Steven Engel argues that public schools having an official prayer is against the constitution.
  • The court rules that this prayer violates the Establishment clause because it promotes a group of religions.
  • William Vitale (Board of Education) argued that the prayer did not promote a specific religion, and that it was voluntary
  • The court ruled that the prayer violated the Establishment clause because it promoted a family of religions. Steven Engel argues that public schools having an official prayer is against the constitution.
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