Just the other day, I posted about a “prayer caravan” organized by Cullman County Schools (Alabama) Superintendent Billy Coleman. The idea was that he would lead a group of people to all the schools in the district and pray… becauseI guess that raises test scores in Alabama or something. They’ve been doing this for a few years running.
We also learned from the Freedom From Religion Foundation (PDF) that the caravan wasn’t the school’s only violation of the law:
We were also informed that schools in the Cullman County system recite the Lord’s Prayer over the loudspeaker each morning. We understand that an attempt to mask this illegal practice is made by giving students “the option” to participate.
So why bring this all up again?
Because FFRF has learned that they’ve only hit the tip of the iceberg when it comes to violations of church/state separation in the district:
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