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This page features articles on the rights and freedoms granted to public school teachers. Public schools are government operated, and educators in these facilities are government employees. Therefore, some limitations surround freedoms in the public classroom. An effective Christian teacher must learn to exercise freedom within the proscribed boundaries. Click on the title of an article in order to view the full-text document.

Freedom of Speech

Shining His Light in a Dark Place, by B. Jane Kulp

How to understand and apply government guidelines for religious expression in public schools in a way that allows God's Word to be presented.

Daring to Discuss Religion in the Classroom, by B. Jane Kulp

How to plan lessons which introduce religious discussions into public classrooms without going against government guidelines.

Using Scripture in School, by B. Jane Kulp

How to be sure that use of Scripture in the public classroom fits within the parameters of government guidelines. Includes seeking God's guidance and planning carefully.

Freedom of Expression
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" thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed...."
(2 Tim 2:15)

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