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Public School Proud | 5 Ways They Protect Religious Liberty for All

By Jennifer Hawks | March 25, 2019

Although public schools do not advance religion nor are they hostile to it, many misconceptions exist about religion in public schools. Here are five ways America’s public schools protect everyone’s religious liberty.

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Charles Johnson, founder and executive director of Pastors for Children, talks about public education as a public trust.

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