Opinion: Tread carefully when mixing religion, school

07/11/2011 | News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.), The

In North Carolina, educators are now able to display documents that have influenced the American legal system, including those based on religion. However, UNC-Chapel Hill law professor Gene Nichol writes that the Ten Commandments is the only religious document mentioned in the new law. This is unlawful, he writes, because it amounts to public schools giving preference to one religion over others.

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