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R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
R E L I G I O N  R I G H T S  O F  T C H R S
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William Allan Kritsonis, PhD …

William Allan Kritsonis, PhD

William H. Parker Leadership Academy Hall of Honor

In 2008, Dr. Kritsonis was inducted into the William H. Parker Leadership Academy Hall of Honor, Graduate School, Prairie View A&M University – The Texas A&M University System. He was nominated by doctoral and master’s degree students.

Dr. Kritsonis Lectures at the University of Oxford, Oxford, England

In 2005, Dr. Kritsonis was an Invited Visiting Lecturer at the Oxford Round Table at Oriel College in the University of Oxford, Oxford, England. His lecture was entitled the Ways of Knowing Through the Realms of Meaning.

Dr. Kritsonis Recognized as Distinguished Alumnus

In 2004, Dr. William Allan Kritsonis was recognized as the Central Washington University Alumni Association Distinguished Alumnus for the College of Education and Professional Studies. Dr. Kritsonis was nominated by alumni, former students, friends, faculty, and staff. Final selection was made by the Alumni Association Board of Directors. Recipients are CWU graduates of 20 years or more and are recognized for achievement in their professional field and have made a positive contribution to society. For the second consecutive year, U.S. News and World Report placed Central Washington University among the top elite public institutions in the west. CWU was 12th on the list in the 2006 On-Line Education of “America’s Best Colleges.”

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  • 1. RELIGION RIGHTS OF TEACHERS IN THE SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT William Allan Kritsonis, PhD
  • 2. Religion in Public Schools
    • Public Schools :
    • May not inculcate nor inhibit religion
    • Uphold the 1 st Amendment when they protect the religious rights of students of all faiths or none
  • 3. 1 ST AMENDMENT
    • Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
  • 4. How to teach about religion
    • Approach to religion is academic, not devotional
    • Strives for student awareness of religions, not press for student acceptance of any religion
    • School sponsors study about religion, not the practice of religion
  • 5. TINKER V. DES MOINES ISD
    • The supreme court stated that free expression is guaranteed in the public schools where it:
    • Does not materially and substantially interfere with the requirements of appropriate discipline in the operation of the school
    • Does not invade the rights of others
  • 6. Continued…….
    • School may expose students to a diversity of religious view, but may not impose on any particular view.
    • School educates about all religions; it does not promote or denigrate religion.
    • School informs students about various beliefs; it does not seek to conform students to any particular belief.
  • 7. IN ELEMENTARY……
    • THESE TOPICS MAY INVOLVE SOME TOPICS IN DISCUSSION:
    • STUDY OF FAMILY
    • COMMUNITY
    • VARIOUS CULTURES
    • THE NATION
  • 8. SECONDARY………
      • INCLUSION OF STUDY ABOUT RELIGION:
      • Social studies
      • Art, drama, music or literature with religious themes are permissible if it serves a sound educational goal in curriculum
  • 9. CLASSROOM RESOURCES FOR TEACHING ABOUT RELIGION
    • Finding Common Ground: A First Amendment Guide to Religion and Public Education
    • RELIGION IN AMERICAN LIFE by leading scholars for young readers
    • On common ground: World Religions in America
  • 10. In summary,
    • The law guarantees students' fundamental religious freedoms while requiring the school to maintain a religiously neutral environment.

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