2 more Oklahoma districts vote against special-needs scholarships

10/12/2010 | Tulsa World (Okla.)

Two more Oklahoma school districts have voted against complying with a state law that requires district to provide vouchers for students with special needs to attend private schools. The districts are joining two others that are declining to participate because they claim the program would cause them to violate state laws, including those that prohibit funneling public-school funding to religious or parochial schools.

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