Teach with Faith (not Fear): Legal Do's and Don'ts for Public School Educators
with David Schmus of CEAI
Where are the legal lines drawn for public school educators? Can we tell our students about our faith? Learn the key federal law that sets those boundaries and how it applies in specific situations in the classroom so you can shine your light with confidence.
- Video: What Can We Do?
- Download: Your Religious Liberties as Public School Educators
- Digital Booklet: A Teacher's Guide to Religion in Public Schools
- Video: The Protection Wing of CEAI
- Handout: Public School Educators...You Now Have a Choice!
- Find out more about how CEAI can support & protect you
- CEAI Members- apply for the Turpen grant by Nov. 15 for up to $500 to help shine Jesus' light in our schools
About David Schmus
David Schmus is the Executive Director of Christian Educators Association International (ceai.org), which seeks to encourage, equip, and empower Christian educators to transform our public, charter, and private schools with God’s love and truth. Prior to his tenure at CEAI, he was a high school AP US History/Government teacher and a Christian Club adviser for 15 years, being repeatedly honored as Most Inspirational Teacher.
He holds an M.A. in Biblical Studies and Theology from Biola University, and has taught Biblical Worldview and Introduction to Teaching classes at Biola as an adjunct professor. David has provided leadership for gatherings and weekend conferences around the nation during which thousands of Christian Educators have been equipped and inspired to walk out their faith legally in the mission field of our public schools. David and his wife Elizabeth have been married for 28 years, have 3 daughters, and are based in Orange County, California.
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