Keeping Christmas out of schools: tolerance or censorship?

12/16/2004 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Many schools find it's easier to outright ban carols, Christmas pageants and other religiously themed holiday activities, rather than encourage celebrations of all faiths. Conservative Christians, appalled by the secularization and commercialization of the holiday season, are fighting to return some traditional celebrations to schools.

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