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Originally posted by jupiter869
The only enforcement for kids is to be sent to the principal's office if they are not silent. For teachers, if reported not maintaining the silence, disciplinary action will result in bad performance reviews, and ultimately if continued to be ignored, suspension.edit on 21-1-2011 by jupiter869 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by xxshadowsecretxx
I know that when I was in school, we always said the Pledge of Allegiance every morning, then there was a short 10-15 second moment of silence. Is this talking about something different?
Originally posted by jhill76
If the OP read the law, he would see that its a moment of silence, not prayer. I guess he saw prayer and associated it with Christians.
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"Nothing in the text ... limits students' thoughts during the period of silence; the text mandates only one thing -- silence," wrote Judge Daniel Manion.
but what is their real motive in this moment of silence if not prayer?