Coach Fired For Praying At Football Game Gets Old Job Back, $2 Million Settlement

  • Joseph Kennedy, a high school assistant football coach fired eight years ago for praying on the field with students, returned to his old position and will receive a $1.78 million settlement.
  • Board members of the Bremerton School District in Washington voted last week to approve the settlement, which will cover attorney fees incurred by Kennedy in the landmark legal battle that reached the Supreme Court last year.
  • Justices ruled that the public high school violated the First Amendment by placing Kennedy on administrative leave in response to his prayer.
Click to read full article

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

Join our list!

Sign up here to get our daily newsletter with the top trending headlines.