Minnesota Public School Officials Refuse School Prayer

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Miley says everyone at that meeting, including parents, agreed that stepping out
during class to pray would be disruptive. He says he doesn’t understand why it’s
an issue this year.

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Ambar Espinoza, Minnesota Public Radio, 9/16/08

A few Somali parents in Willmar complained that the public schools weren’t
allowing their Muslim children to step out of class for daily prayer. Some
didn’t send their children to school last week in protest.

Today, school officials said they won’t change their policy, which allows
students to pray during lunch time and between classes. For now, families have
reluctantly agreed to send their children to school, but the issue may resurface
later in the school year.

This is the first school year Somali parents have had an issue with Willmar
public schools over when their children can pray. A few children informed their
parents that they weren’t allowed to step out of class to pray.

The daily prayer schedule is calculated based on the number of daylight
hours. Chris Schumacher is the Executive Director of the local chapter
of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, or CAIR
. The civil rights
organization serves the Muslim community on issues dealing with religious

Schumacher says in Minnesota prayer schedules can vary widely, because the
daylight hours during winter are so few compared to summer. (MORE)

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