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When Scientists Fall in Love with Scientists; School Gets in Trouble for not Supporting a Secular Students Group – Required Readings

When Scientists Are Mad about Each Other – which is actually, not surprisingly, very common. Government ‘overestimates’ student loan repayments – this means recently graduated students aren’t able to find good-enough jobs in the areas they studied (also not surprising, sadly) North Carolina High School Denies Secular Club, Human Rights …

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Education

Students Dissuaded from Forming Secular Club

Post by Jennifer Kirsner of the SSA Waynesville, NC – At Pisgah High School, a battle is brewing over the legal right of students to create communities for their nonreligious peers. Four months ago, an eager student attempted to form a club for secular students, only to find their efforts …

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Education

Secular Student Alliance and the Freedom From Religion Foundation Team Up!

By Andrew Cheadle-Ford High School Specialist, Secular Student Aliance High school students are busier today than ever before. They’re worrying about college applications, extracurricular activities, AP classes, jobs, and much more. It’s hard to think that any of them could find the time to organize a secular student group. Yet …

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Higher EducationSecondary Education

Sensational: It’s the Secular Student Alliance!

You see them as you walk down the halls at any high school in America – fliers for Christian groups abound. “Come to the Fellowship of Christian Athletes!” “Join the Before-School Prayer Group!” It’s enough to make a secular teacher feel a little bit ill. If we look at the …

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