Expert comment from the University of Pennsylvania
Religious Talk in the Classroom
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Dec. 19, 2006
Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania
Constitutional law expert
Experienced in dealing with print, TV and radio reporters and editors
"The teacher clearly violates the First Amendment by discussing religion in a history class. The school has the authority to set the curriculum. Theres a constitutional prohibition on religious proselytizing or indoctrination by state actors, which it sounds like he was doing."