When did schools stop reciting The Pledge of Allegiance?
Not a very informed question. The simple answer is no schools have ever stopped doing it.
The requirement to offer the opportunity to students to say the Pledge is state law, not federal. (Private schools can do what they want,)
No state with the requirement has ever reversed it. Many states without the requirement obviously never started, so they can't stop it.
Regardless, no student is ever required to say the Pledge of Allegiance. It is entirely optional. And that IS federal law.
When did the pledge of allegiance stop saluting by extending the arm which was similar to saluting Hitler?
No. It doesn't even matter what Deity you pray to. Being reverent is probably one of the most important characteristics you will ever need. It is mentioned in the pledge of allegiance, is the twelfth point in the scout law, and is just plain good for you. Be it, Jesus, Jehovah, Muhammad, Buddha, Bahamut, or God... Pray as much as you like, and don't let anyone stop you.
This pledge was a promise by the German government to stop sinking non-military merchant marine and passenger ships it was ultimately rescinded?
I've been told that if you spray a little furniture polish like pledge and wipe it dry with a t-shirt it will fill in the scratches and stop most of the skips. It works on small scratches but if the scratches are really bad, nothing that I've tried of will stop it. I've been told that if you spray a little furniture polish like pledge and wipe it dry with a t-shirt it will fill…
It didn't stop it. The Supreme Court ruling in 1954 of Brown v School board stopped it. They ruled that separate was not equal and all children were to receive the same education. Some southern schools tried to introduce the idea of vouchers to stop the intergration of schools ( this is where the idea of vouchers came from) because they knew that African American parents wouldn't be able to get the voucher thus making…
It depends on the schools and the situation. The schools cannot change hearts and minds. They usually have bandage solutions to the problem, and often they punish the wrong people thinking they are the bullies rather than the victims. Some districts are trying to control what students do in their free time while supervised by their parents. I can see the reasoning there, but that is not a good solution, and the bullies will still…