What happened when a student sued over prayer
Kaylee Cole walks into school each morning and has breakfast with friends. Every day starts the same: Announcements, birthdays and school events are broadcast over the public address system. What comes next is what she dreads.
"They say, 'Please stand for the Prayer and the Pledge.' And then we move right into it. And it's the Lord's Prayer," Cole says. Cole sits down. Raised as a Christian but now agnostic, she doesn't want to hear it.