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Most school administrators make their web sites available to student-led clubs to inform the school community about student interests and publicize new activities. But what happens if that student group is of an avowedly religious nature, and the information that is being posted is intimidating to some students or teachers? Should the group be allowed to continue to post its information?
Consider the hypothetical case of a Christian group that has posted the Ten Commandments on its part of a school's web site. Say that each week
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