Limitations in High Schools Are Unconstitutional

1070 WordsFeb 25, 20184 Pages
In America, teenagers are taught to not question or object what is going on in the world. The schools take away their First Amendment rights by not allowing teens to have free speech and voice their beliefs and opinions. The education given to them is censored and limited, not allowing them to see and know the truths behind everything. By doing this, teenagers are being raised to grow up blind like the current generation of adults. The people of America are not seeing the country as it truly is and this generation of teenagers, who are this country’s future, need to change that. The thing is that the educational system of today is going against those principles and is not allowing students to grow up as independent, truth seeking adults. The quality of education is in a crisis part of the reason being the unconstitutional limitations given, including the restrictions of religion. Religion in schools is shunned. Students are restricted from prayer because it is deemed unconstitutional to share individual beliefs in schools. Even during assemblies, ceremonies, or class, all prayer is prohibited. The rights of students’ religious exercise and expression are intrinsically important and must not be ignored. There are certain times when religion is appropriate at school and it should be an available subject to talk openly and freely about. Since schools do not teach about religion, it can give students false impressions that religious traditions of people are not significant or

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