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Question 1: In 1989, ________ challenged, in the British Columbia Supreme Court, the Public Schools Act (1872)’s requirement that in British Columbia all public schools were to be opened with the Lord’s Prayer and a Bible reading.
Jim Harris (politician)Green Party candidates, 2006 Canadian federal electionElizabeth MayJoan Russow

Question 2: District Board [1890]), the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled in favor of ________ who objected to the use of the King James Bible in Wisconsin public schools.
Catholic ChurchPopePope John Paul IIPope Gregory I

Question 3: The legal basis for this prohibition is the First Amendment to the ________, which requires that
Electoral College (United States)United States CongressUnited States ConstitutionContinental Association

Question 4: Proponents of school-sponsored prayer are largely, but not exclusively, ________ of various denominations; however, some major Christian denominations are opposed to the practice.
ChristianCatholic ChurchJesusChristianity

Question 5: However, totalitarian countries such as ________ and, in its time, the Soviet Union have taken action against private religious expression in schools.
Korean People's NavyNorth KoreaKorean PeninsulaSouth Korea

Question 6: Prior to 1944, in ________, the Public Schools Act (1872) permitted the use of the Lord’s Prayer in opening or closing school.
CanadaBritish ColumbiaOntarioAlberta

Question 7: In 1982, the ________ received royal assent.
Canadian federalismConstitution of CanadaCanadian Charter of Rights and FreedomsPeace, order and good government

Question 8: The issue has been controversial in the ________ since the early 20th century.
United StatesPhilippinesAlaskaCanada

Question 9: Schools where the ________'s Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education has determined that Christian worship would not be appropriate for part or all of the school.
Kingston upon HullYorkLocal Education AuthorityStoke-on-Trent

Question 10: The ________ goes beyond restricting prayer in schools and bans the wearing of conspicuous religious symbols by pupils in public primary and secondary schools.
French law on secularity and conspicuous religious symbols in schoolsFitna (film)Geert WildersWomen in Islam







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