School Bus Driver Removed after Leading Prayer…

A Twin Cities-area school bus driver says his rights to free speech and to practice his religion were violated when he was taken off his route for leading students in prayer.  The Star Tribune reports that Quality Care Transportation removed George Nathaniel from his route last week. He drove children to

Nasha Shkola, a charter school focused on Russian language and culture.  Quality Care owner Muk Musa says school officials received complaints that Nathaniel was forcing minors to pray.  Nathaniel says he wants to turn people to Christianity, but he never forced students to pray. Musa says Nathaniel isn’t fired, but hasn’t received a new route either.  READ MORE

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