Opinion: Supreme Court case could change education landscape in Michigan

Rachel Chiu

A Supreme Court case is poised to change how states treat religious schools and students. The forthcoming decision may deal a long-awaited, necessary blow to Michigan’s infamous Blaine Amendment. 

In December, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Carson v. Makin, a major school choice case that will decide whether Maine’s tuition assistance program, which prohibits students from using their state aid at religious schools, violates the Constitution.

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