U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Review Education Issue

In an encouraging move, the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review a 4th Circuit Court ruling, upholding a state law that allows public school children to obtain credit for attending religious education off site.  A group of parents had challenged the school’s practice, arguing that it constituted an establishment of religion in violation of the 1st Amendment. The lower court rejected the argument, stating that the school administered the program in a religiously neutral manner consistent with the Constitution. For more, click here.

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