I am glad that Dan Brodhead is delighted that he'll have a religion-free graduation, because I'm mad as hell.
Without consulting any statistics, I feel I can safely say that the people who do not object to a prayer at graduation ceremonies are in the majority. I am outraged (but not surprised) that the Los Angeles Unified School District would give in to the demands of one family when faced with a lawsuit.
If the Brodheads are able to exhibit such clout and feel so strongly about separation of church and state, I suggest they tackle two other "little things."
How did their son feel about the recitation of the Pledge of Allegiance, which is standard practice each morning in public schools?