Exactly! Anyone can pray to anyone they like, at anytime! Just do as Jesus said and pray in appropriate places and times, so not to infringe on the rights of others.<quoted text>
...and this points out that the line is drawn at the point where prayers disturb others, both in ad out of school. A believer can pray aloud in public at the same level that anyone can make any other kind of noise in the same place. the student in BlackSheep's post would have been treated the same for disturbing his classes with any kind of speech--the issue wasn't what he was saying but the fact that he was disrupting the educational process. I suspect that the same behavior would have had the same result in most religious schools as well.
Most people are fast to demand their rights; no matter how many people they have to infringe upon to get them.