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Families Challenging Religious Influence in Delaware Schools

Date: July 29, 2006
Author: Neela Banerjee
QUOTE: More religion probably exists in schools now than in decades because of the role religious conservatives play in politics and the passage of certain education laws over the last 25 years, including the Equal Access Act in 1984, said Charles C. Haynes, senior scholar at the First Amendment Center, a research and education group.

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