They can pass what they want but a federal judge will rule it unconstitutional shortly thereafter if it infringes on the 1st Amendment.
No, the 1st amendment says the government shall not impede the right to freedom of religion.
So the 1st amendment shouldn't be what keeps prayer out of school. It should be what ALLOWS people to pray in school.
ETA: That's assuming they are not forcing the kids to pray. If they're not, then the teacher and anyone else can pray all they want. According to the 1st amendment.
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