Item: Missoula schools to require students to recite Pledge of Allegiance, adhering to state law/Jamie Kelly, Missoulian
More Info: So when a caller on a local radio talk show recently reminded Alex Apostle that Montana schools are required to offer the Pledge of Allegiance, the Missoula County Public Schools superintendent picked up the phone. "I checked with schools in general and asked if we were doing this," said Apostle. "Some said yes, and some said no." So starting this fall, all MCPS schools will make it a morning ritual - if they hadn't already - for students to stand and recite the pledge, a requirement recently upheld by two federal appeals courts. (SR file photo)
Question: Should high schools be required to say the pledge of allegiance at the beginning of each day?