How can you possibly come up with an alaogy more inane that that?<quoted text>
So, if the course curriculum required her to perform an illegal act, she absolutely must follow the course curriculum, regardless of the consequences. Was the course curriculum provided to the student and her legal guardians before she signed up for the class, so that they could opt out if the student objected to that portion of the course curriculum. Was it stated in writing that she was required to relinquish her rights as an American citizen in order to pass the course.
What was illegal about requiring a specific reading in Spanish?
All, and I mean all, college and college-prep courses are preceeded by a sylabus - in which, the student can look over and determine whether or not the class curriculum suits their specific education. It is normally handed out in the first class.