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According to the establishment clause, how would displaying a "Happy Holidays” sign in class be viewed?

According to the establishment clause, how would displaying a "Happy Holidays” sign in class be viewed?
The establishment clause came into realization that the state and religion cannot be totally separated. According to the Supreme Court, there is a 3-part test in determining if the celebration complies with the Clause,     (1) the activity must be for non-secular purposes.     (2) religion must not be advanced nor inhibited as a primary effect of the activity.    (3) the activity must not result in too must entanglement with the religion.  ...

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