Should schools hold graduation ceremonies in churches?

05/13/2013 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

The U.S. Supreme Court is deciding whether to consider a case in which a Wisconsin school district was found to have violated the First Amendment by holding graduation ceremonies in a church. A lower court found the practice effectively allows the school to endorse a particular religion. Critics, however, say it is common practice nationwide for graduation ceremonies to be held in churches and the practice does not "establish" a particular religion.

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