Fifty years after the ban of prayer in schools by the U.S. Supreme Court, the presence of religion in schools may be at an all-time high. Many are navigating the ban by establishing club ministries, religion classes and scheduling after-school and interfaith programs and faith-based services. Charles Haynes, a scholar at the First Amendment Center, said "social studies and other standards are fairly generous to religion, and students are expressing their faiths in many different ways in many public schools, if not most."

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