Establishment and Exclusion: Why the Protections of the First Amendment's Establishment Clause Should Be Applied to Adults

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This Comment argues that the protections of the Establishment Clause are not age-dependent but should be applicable to teachers and other adults in public schools. Extending the protection to adults is consistent with the central purpose of the Establishment Clause as espoused by the Supreme Court: to prevent religious divisiveness and persecution. In our increasingly pluralistic society, this purpose grows ever more important.

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