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According to principal reports, between the 1999-2000 and 2000-01 school years, 19 percent of Catholic school teachers, 23 percent of other religious school teachers, and 21 percent of nonsectarian school teachers changed schools or left the teaching profession (not shown in tables).
There are other religions where a homosexual orientation itself is considered immoral and still others where even homosexual genital activity is not considered immoral, and so, as Scherer-Emunds points out, the Boy Scouts must ensure their interpretation of morally straight is broad enough to remain nonsectarian.
They can find immunity within the envelope of the (new) organization that is doing business with City Hall, and that's inappropriate,'' said Michael Josephson, president of the Josephson Institute of Ethics, a Los Angeles nonpartisan, nonsectarian, public benefit organization.
QUINNIPIAC UNIVERSITY, founded in 1929 and located in Hamden, Connecticut, is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian institution of higher education and home to a community of more than 8,000 students, faculty, and staff.
Simmons-Harris--with vouchers restricted to nonsectarian schools.
Whether meeting with politicians, performing ancient rituals, or giving a free speech to 40,000 in New York's Central Park, the Dalai Lama's sunny personality, quick wit, and nonsectarian message of peace, compassion, and human rights went over well with American spiritual seekers.
SOVA, a nonsectarian program of the Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, operates three food pantry and resource center facilities in the Beverly-Fairfax area, West Los Angeles, and San Fernando Valley.
The group cited federal court precedent that permits legislative prayer but only if it is nonsectarian.
Claremont Preparatory School, an independent, nonsectarian elementary school, has announced that its building at 41 Broad St.
Mark's School of Texas, a nonsectarian independent school in Dallas with an enrollment of just over 800 boys in grades one through 12.
In 1969, it became co-ed and nonsectarian, boldly reaching out to its surrounding communities.
After receiving complaints from a local interfaith group and Americans United for Separation of Church and State, the Lowell City Council is moving toward a policy allowing for only nonsectarian prayer.