No, it's unconstitutional for public schools to endorse a religion. Christianity can be discussed in a historical concept, or in an elective comparative religion course, but it cannot be taught as a fact or endorsed in any way.
Students are of course able to pray as they wish in their spare periods and if they don't disrupt other students, as always.
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Not teaching it as doctrinal truth in public schools, of course but I'm not sure what you mean by "allow". Sephira's answer answer relates to generic religious studies classes which is different than proselytizing..
Yes, but like the lady said, other religions would also need to be taught as a comparative religion at least. But none of that goofy Scientology or Krishna consciousness , just the 3 major ones. My opinion.
No because of atheist and other religions. This is America and everyone has the freedom of religion, why should they have to sit in class while they preach your religion if it's not there belief. Now that would be violating the Amendments, don't you think?
Nope. Christianity is nothing more than another religion. If it would be legal for them to allow it, then it should be legal for other religions to get into public schools such as muslim, Mormon, and the likes.