Private schools in Douglas County have agreed to keep teaching even though a judge halted a voucher program last week.
The permanent injunction that a Denver District court judge handed down last Friday, halting the school voucher program in Douglas County Schools, was simply just another enticing chapter in the school voucher fight in Colorado. If anyone thinks this decision has ended the conversation, they haven’t been paying attention.
A judge ruled Friday that the school voucher program in Douglas County be halted immediately because it is unconstitutional.
A decision on a Colorado voucher program including religious schools won’t come until next week.
Closing arguments are expected soon in a lawsuit challenging a voucher program in Douglas County that could put tax money into religious schools.
A court hearing on whether to halt Douglas County’s school voucher program continues in Denver.
The Douglas County School District has approved a plan to create its own charter school.
A Denver District Court judge is holding a hearing on lawsuits filed against the Douglas County school district over their voucher program.
Groups challenging a Colorado school district’s new voucher program have asked the court to block the program while their lawsuits go forward.
A Virginia school-choice advocacy group is getting involved in a voucher fight in Colorado’s second-largest school district.