The First Amendment to the United States Constitution states.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion.”
This means that people in power should not use their position to promote any one religious belief over others or against another faith group.
They can say prayers on their own time as long as they do not force anyone else to participate and if they are not using school resources for it.
The Supreme Court has ruled, however, that student-led prayer at public schools is permissible.
Because students cannot be coerced into participating and there is no violation of the Establishment Clause .
When the speech comes from a private speaker who does not speak on behalf of the government.
This principal violates this amendment by leading a prayer in front of an entire audience of students and people.
This principal violates this amendment by leading a prayer in front of an entire.