Update (March 1): A Colorado Court of Appeals has upheld a state voucher program that offered students state funds for tuition at private schools, including religious schools. The ruling overturns a lower court ruling in the case.
CT previously has reported on widespread misuse of scholarships for religious schools. CT also noted in January that a similar tax credit for scholarships in Georgia was raising questions about gay-student discrimination at religious schools.
Yesterday, the Oklahoma Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit that challenged the right of disabled students to use publicly funded scholarships at religious private schools.
The Supreme Court's decision overturns the ruling made by a lower court in March.
Oklahoma established the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship program in 2010 to provide scholarships for qualified disabled students to attend accredited private schools–both secular and religious–when their needs were not being met at public ...1