Students have the right to pray individually and in groups during the school day.
Students have the right to wear religious messages on their clothing if they are allowed to wear non-religious messages.
Students can participate in religious events before and after school.
Students can express religious beliefs in their homework, artwork, and any other assignment as long as it relates to the assignment.
Students may read the bible, say grace before meals and pray before exams.
Students may discuss religious topics with peers.
Public schools can teach religion but not provide religious instruction.
Students have the right to distribute religious material when other material is permitted that is unrelated to school activities.
Religious groups have the same access to school facilities as other student groups (Christian Century, 1995).