Christian Teachers Union Promotes Evangelizing in Public Schools
The Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) is actively encouraging its members and fellow Christian educators to treat public school classrooms as high-priority faith missions.
In what critics believe is a manifestation of majority privilege, the Christian Educators Association International (CEAI) is actively encouraging its members and fellow Christian educators to treat public school classrooms as high-priority faith missions. The group stresses the constitutionality of its efforts, pointing to First Amendment rights of free speech that allow teachers to express their religious beliefs openly in a public space. (The Washington Post)
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