According to the Denver Post, the Douglas County school board plans to appeal the ruling that declared vouchers unconstitutional. It will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
“The voucher program, which would use taxpayer money to send children to private schools, was put on hold in 2011 just as the first 304 students were about to enroll. Most planned to attend religious schools.
“The court found the program conflicts with “broad, unequivocal language forbidding the State from using public money to fund religious schools.”
“Wrote the court “… this stark constitutional provision makes one thing clear: A school district may not aid religious schools.”
The article describes the county as a “wealthy suburban district.”
School board officials promised to fight for vouchers:
“During a news conference Monday morning, Douglas County school officials indicated they likely would ask the U.S. Supreme Court to take up the case for consideration. They…
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