Student Prayer and Religious Rights in Public K-12 Schools
On January 16, 2020, President Trump announced new rules promulgated by the U.S. Department of Education that seek to reinforce the rights of students to pray in public schools. In this webinar, nationally-recognized school law attorney Erin D. Gilsbach, Esq., examines current law regarding students’ rights to pray in public schools and review the newly-proposed guidance, its requirements, and the implications for the current law.
Drawing upon constitutional law, federal and state statutory law, and caselaw, this timely webinar will provide public school educators, school leaders, and attorneys with a thorough analysis of the law related to prayer and religious rights within the public school system student. Attorney Gilsbach also will discuss related issues regarding student religious expression and religious rights pertaining to speech, dress, and student formation of and participation in religious clubs and organizations.
In this session, Atty. Gilsbach will cover the following topics and issues:
- Constitutional and statutory law regarding student rights related to prayer and religious liberty.
- Relevant and recent caselaw regarding student religious rights in public schools.
- Recently-announced federal guidance regarding the right of students to pray in public schools.
- Reporting requirements, complaint processes, and other practical issues related to student prayer rights in public schools.
- And much more!
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