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« on: May 17, 2008, 03:10:28 PM »

Arizona court rules against school choice

An Arizona court has ruled against school choice for parents, forcing them to continue sending their children to failing public schools.

A state appellate court in Arizona has ruled that two voucher programs for foster and disabled children attending private schools violate the Arizona Constitution by using public money to help private and religious schools.

The 3-0 ruling Thursday by a Court of Appeals panel in Tucson reverses a trial judge's ruling that upheld the programs enacted in 2006 at the urging of school choice supporters.
 
The programs provide grants worth thousands of dollars for students, with the money paid in checks to parents who must endorse them over to the schools involved.
 
Supporters of the programs say they will ask the state Supreme Court to review the ruling.
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