Yes. A "moment of silence" is unconstitutional and serves no educational purpose. There is no legitimate reason to mandate such a moment, other than to insert religious observance into public school life.
31% (82 votes)
No. Students are free to observe the moment however they see fit, be it through relaxation, reflection, or prayer. This daily experience will leave them calmer, more focused, and better equipped to learn.
50% (133 votes)
Maybe. Though a moment of silence is not necessarily religious and can be beneficial, the decision to observe one should be left up to individual principals and teachers based on school and classroom needs.
17% (46 votes)
None of the above. (Comment below.)
2% (4 votes)
Total votes: 265