The Supreme Court’s decisions have left open several issues regarding religious expression at graduation events that lower courts have addressed in a variety of ways. Principals and school boards will look to lower court opinions in their jurisdictions (if any) that deal with these issues for guidance. Thus, specific restrictions on free speech may vary between jurisdictions. At the most basic level, however, schools may not restrict students’ speech based on the students’ religious viewpoint. Under current law in some jurisdictions, schools may prohibit a valedictorian from using sectarian or proselytizing language during a graduation speech.
I wonder how people would feel if the kid wanted to recite the Devil's Prayer? Maybe he's a satanist?
I guess you're right. **** that kid.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.
The only people who get offended at these things are paid 'victims' set up by Libetal law firms to try and bypass the legislature to change a law. No real person of sound mind and body is actualy ofended, only frauds and th e mentaly challenged.