In a country that is de facto
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is it constitutional to require minority students to overcome what are effectively hurdles of religious discrimination in academia? Is it practical to accommodate students of every religious minority, and if so, to what extent? This book draws from Loolwa Khazzoom’s personal experience as an orthodox Jew in public schools, as well as from her ground-breaking field research into law, public policy, and student reality – at the intersections of religious diversity and church & state. Pre-order now and receive 20% off, by putting “KHAZZOOMerch” in the coupon field at checkout. Better yet, become a KHAZZOOM Patreon member
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