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Is it constitutional for a student to pray in his public school cafeteria before lunch?

A student is praying alone in his public school cafeteria before lunch. According to the establishment clause, why is this activity acceptable?

It’s not unacceptable under the establishment clause. Any school administrator who would claim it is either does not understand the establishment clause or is hostile to that child’s religious practice and knows that by invoking (albeit falsely) the establishment clause the administrator can attempt to deny that child his/her rights under color of law.

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