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Are You Celebrating Religious Freedom Day?
posted by: Garry | January 15, 2015, 08:04 PM   

Many teachers partake in recognizing Religious Freedom Day by reading the presidential proclamation in their classrooms, assigning students to write a paper on exercising their religious freedom at school, distributing copies of the U.S. Department of Education’s guidelines on students religious liberties, hosting discussions on countries where freedom of religion is prohibited, assign students to read and begin a dialogue  on Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Statute on Religious freedom, and sharing their lesson plans with their fellow educators.


To learn more about Religious Freedom Day, visit

And don’t forget to take a look at the Religious Freedom Day Guidebook for Presidential proclamations of the past, an easy-to-read paraphrase of the Virginia Statute, a summary of the U.S. Department of Education’s guidelines on students’ religious liberties, and more!

How do you plan to celebrate Religious Freedom Day tomorrow?
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Celebrate religious freedom day?
written by Kevin from Kansas, February 03, 2015

I celebrate religious freedom day by talking about the fantastic notion of separation of church and state.

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