So once again everyone else is wrong and you are right. That seems to be a not-so-uncommon theme of yours.<quoted text>
No, what makes it not happen is everyone's inability to prove me wrong. Just saying I'm wrong without backing it up doesn't make it so.
So students can get special permission and an exception can be made. That still doesn't negate my whole premise. Now either prove me wrong or be man enough to admit defeat.
Your premise was stated in post #20: "Imeant there outta (sic) be a low that BANS prayer. Oh wait, THERE IS!"
Prayer is not banned. What is banned is public (taxpayer-funded) schools leading/requiring organized prayer. Another obvious, significant distinction that is somehow beyond your grasp. Students can pray all they want. Little Susie can pray her little heart out before she eats lunch or takes her history test if she wants.