Every day at lunch, a handful of teenagers in Frisco, Tex., would pop into room C112, face a whiteboard and kneel for one of their five daily prayers. It was just a spare classroom, used for everything from teachers’ grading to Buddhist meditation, school officials say. But Muslims at Liberty High seemed to like it.
"The Texas AG Sued to Keep a Bible Quote in School. Now He’s Troubled by Muslim Prayers." is from the March 19, 2017 National section of The Washington Post. It was written by Avi Selk and narrated by Sam Scholl.