While I’m generally for reasonable accommodations for cultural/religious practices. I’m not sure how reasonable it is to set aside a room, that is needed for something more educational, for prayer.
But he said none of the schools have permanent prayer rooms, and they’re often shuffled between classrooms or the gym, depending on what’s available.
Sometimes, he said there simply isn’t a room they can use.
At an educational institution we should not be letting education suffer to benefit prayer. Now, maybe the school needs to schedule things better, or maybe the muslim community could make a donation or something towards creating extra space…
But bottom line for me is that education must be the priority, prayer is by definition extra-curricular.