Michigan Makes Giant Leap Forward for Private Schools

Private school leaders hailed an opinion handed down by the Michigan Court of Appeals on October 16. The decision declared that it is constitutional for the state to reimburse private schools for state-imposed health and safety mandates. The ruling is particularly noteworthy because the Michigan Constitution has the strictest prohibition on public support for private education, also known as a “Blaine Amendment,” in the country.

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By |2018-11-03T14:16:11+00:00November 3rd, 2018|Business and Finance, Finance, Legislation, Michigan, News, Policy, School Law|Comments Off on Michigan Makes Giant Leap Forward for Private Schools

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