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School Credit for Christian Study Upheld (access required)

A high-school student and her parents lose their First Amendment Establishment Clause challenge to a Spartanburg County public school system’s policy of allowing public school students two academic credits for off-campus religious instruction offered by private instructors; the 4th Circuit upholds the program as comparable to allowing credit from private school instruction. Since at least 1992, ...