When a high school football coach tells his players to get on bended knee and bow their heads for a moment of silence before a game, is he violating the Establishment Clause by ordering the students to engage in prayer?

Or, instead, would the school district be violating the coach’s First Amendment rights if it ordered him to stop the practice because parents had complained?

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