Every school building in Louisiana must display the nation’s motto, “In God We Trust,” under a new law that goes into effect this school year.
Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards signed the law last year. It passed the state Senate, 33-6, and the state House, 93-12.
Social studies classes also must teach students about the national motto by fifth grade under the new law.
The law is popular, even among some administrators.
“I still feel strongly that America is a Christian nation,” Shelby Ainsworth, principal of West Monroe High School, told WAFB 9. “I want our high school youngsters exposed to as much as that as possible.”
The law says, “each public school governing authority shall display the national motto in each building it uses and in each school under its jurisdiction.” The minimum requirement is that it be a paper sign.
A Democrat, Sen. Regina Ashford Barrow, was the bill’s lead sponsor. She told WWL last year that America has suffered morally by taking God out of public schools.
“We have seen a moral decay in our schools and in our community because we have taken this out of our school system,” Barrow said.
“Every day before we begin to do our business here at the…
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