A “prominent place” is described as a “school entry way, cafeteria, or common area where students are likely to see the national motto.

Michael Foust : Aug 6, 2018 : ChristianHeadlines.com

(Nashville, TN)— [Christianheadlines.com] Students heading back to school in Tennessee in the coming weeks will be greeted by more than new teachers and old friends. They’ll also see “In God We Trust” displayed prominently in their schools. (Photo source: Facebook/via Christian Headlines)

A bill requiring the national motto to be displayed in a prominent place was signed into law in April, meaning the 2018-19 school year is the first one to be impacted by the new rule.

The law defines “prominent place” as a “school entry way, cafeteria, or common area where students are likely to see the national motto.” The phrase “may take the form of, but is not limited to, a mounted plaque or student artwork.”

The bill was sponsored by Republican Rep. Susan Lynn.

“Our national motto is on our money. It’s on our license plates. It’s part of our national anthem,” she told The Tennessean. “Our national motto and founding documents are the cornerstone of freedom and we should teach our children about these things”…

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