J.W. Brinkley with K.C. Crump
The author spells out the legal rights that a student has on a Public School Campus. Many people believe that a student does not have any rights, and many School Administrators are not aware of these rights either. Do not be in the dark, get educated and know what your rights are.
Do you know the answers to the following questions?
- May students pray on a public school campus?
- May students read their Bibles on a public school campus?
- May students form religious clubs on campus if other non-curricular clubs exist?
- May students hand out tracks, flyers, or other religious materials on campus?
- May students do research papers, speeches, etc., with religious themes?
- May students be exempt from participating in assignments that are contrary to their religious beliefs?
- May students discuss religious issues although other students may overhear them?
This book explains, in depth, why and how each of the above actions may be carried out by students on any public school campus.
Dedicated to those students and their parents who want to bring back moral excellence, high standards, and a positive peer-pressure environment to public school campuses; and to principals, teachers, and school boards who serve their communities in truth and fairness.
Paperback: 119 pages