Case Summary: Kennedy v. Bremerton School District (High School Level)

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03/15/2022
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Kennedy v. Bremerton was our spring 2022 SCOTUS in the Classroom case.  

Each SCOTUS Term, Street Law selects the most classroom-relevant, student-friendly cases as our SCOTUS in the Classroom cases. Teachers are encouraged to hold moot courts or mini-moot courts of the case the same weeks that the Supreme Court hears arguments, giving students the opportunity to follow discussion and analysis in the news and listen to or read a transcript of the actual oral arguments at the Court. 

Case Summary:

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Case Issue: 

Is a public school employee’s prayer in view of students immediately following the conclusion of a football game protected speech and religious exercise, and, if so, must the public school employer prohibit it to avoid violating the Establishment Clause?  

Case Briefs:

Oral Argument:

Decision:

  • Link to the opinion of the Court (to be posted after the decision is announced)

News Articles and Resources:

How to Conduct a Moot Court or a Mini-Moot Court:


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  • 5
    First Amendment

    Posted by Mary Parsons on Apr 28th 2022

    My students enjoy following current cases before the Court, evaluating the case law and rendering their decision before they hear the Court's decision. This case summary has been an amazing resource to accomplish this task with my students.