For first time, students use vouchers for religious schools

Walsh, Mark
September 1996
Education Week;9/04/96, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p18
Reports that an Ohio appeals court refused to issue an injunction that would prevent the financed voucher program from taking effect. Use of the vouchers to pay children's tuition at religious and nonpublic schools; Significance of the ruling.


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