Challenges mount to Colorado district's voucher plan

06/22/2011 | Denver Post, The · Denver Post, The

Two lawsuits were filed this week over the Douglas County, Colo., district's plans to provide taxpayer-funded vouchers for students to attend private schools. The Colorado chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and others believe such plans violate the separation of church and state by allowing the vouchers to be used at religious schools. District officials say they want to give parents greater choice in determining the best schools for their children.

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