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Jeopardy Facts 1IssuesReasoning Educators Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Facts 2
$100 Question from Facts Wizards, sorcerers, giants, & supernatural powers
$100 Answer from Facts What is the claim filed by the plaintiffs (parents) to the Circuit Court beginning in 1993?
$200 Question from Facts Christian Beliefs
$200 Answer from Facts What is the value the plaintiff (parents) claimed that the supplemental reading series directly opposed?
$300 Question from Fact Motion to dismiss
$300 Answer from Facts What was filed by the directors?
$400 Question from Facts Fed.R.Civ.P. 12 (b)(6)
$400 Answer from Facts What are the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure?
$500 Question from Facts Impression Series
$500 Answer from Facts What did the district court ask the plaintiffs (parents) to provide?
$100 Question from Facts 2 Violation of 1 st Amendment
$100 Answer from Facts 2 What was the parents’ claim that the Impression series violated?
$200 Question from Facts 2 Summary Judgment
$200 Answer from Facts 2 Why did the United States District Court dismiss the case?
$300 Question from Facts 2 Broom
$300 Answer from Facts 2 What is a word from our sponsors? Commercial
$400 Question from Facts2
$400 Answer from Facts 2
$500 Question from Facts2
$500 Answer from Facts2
$100 Question from Issues Secular or Religious Purpose
$100 Answer from Issues What did the court have to decide about the Impressions series?
$200 Question from Issues Excessive Entanglement
$200 Answer from Issues Did the defendants (school board) foster the knowledge that the Impressions series involved religious endorsements in the school?
$300 Question from Issues Free Exercise of Religion
$300 Answer from Issues What did the parents have to prove that imposed substantial burden on their religious rights?
$400 Question from Issues Supplemental Reading Curriculum
$400 Answer from Issues How was the Impressions series being used for the purpose of educating children?
$500 Question from Issues Motion to Dismiss
$500 Answer from Issues What did the District Court convert to a motion for summary judgment?
$100 Question from Reasoning Instill Creativity & Imagination
$100 Answer from Reasoning What did the court rule that is needed to hold the students’ attention to develop reading skills?
$200 Question from Reasoning Broad Discretion
$200 Answer from Reasoning What did the court decide that school boards have in determining curriculum in their school?
$300 Question from Reasoning No Coercion
$300 Answer from Reasoning What wording did the court use to determine that the Free Exercise of their Religion was not substantially burdened?
$400 Question from Reasoning Simply to Educate
$400 Answer from Reasoning What was the court’s decision about the principle effect of the Impressions reading series?
$500 Question from Reasoning Rule 12(b)(6)
$500 Answer from Reasoning What rule did the court use to make a decision for summary judgment that was not improper?
$100 Question from Educators Most Literary Works
$100 Answer from Educators What are used to expand the minds of young children and develop creativity?
$200 Question from Educators Teach, Instruct, and Educate
$200 Answer from Educators What are educators’ rights using literary works?
$300 Question from Educators Religious Materials
$300 Answer from Educators What may educators use to teach literary and historical lessons?
$400 Question from Educators
$400 Answer from Educators
$500 Question from Educators
$500 Answer from Educators
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