Zelman vs. Simmons-Harris
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This paper discusses the court case of Zelman vs. Simmons-Harris concerning the allocation of public funds towards religious schooling. The paper examines the decision to allow public funds to go towards underprivileged children being educated in religious schools, contending that it would result in a greater inflow of students to such schools. The paper explains that children educated under these circumstances are not exposed to the constitutional freedom of choice in terms of religion.
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