Students leading a prayer in front of a student assembly at a school function is a grey area between separation of church and state and freedom of speech. I honestly don't know whether it's right or wrong or what. And I don't really care, because it doesn't really matter. If the school wants to ban it, that's okay. If the school wants to allow it, I'm fine with that. How about we all grow up a little and quit being such whiners about the religion crap. Just because a school doesn't want a kid to say a prayer at graduation doesn't mean they're oppressing your religion or anything, they're just covering their asses. And just because someone does say a prayer at a school function once doesn't mean you need to lose your **** and start wailing about how America is becoming a theocracy.