Last week a commonsense judge in Kanawha County gave a little Hope to the future of our public educational system. Circuit Judge Joanna Tabit ruled that the Hope Scholarship Program is not constitutional. As I have said in the space previously, I believe that program will financially devastate the public educational system of this state if it is allowed to stand.
The Hope Scholarship gives parents the option to use a portion, $4,600, of their per-pupil expenditure from the state School Aid Formula for educational expenses, such as private-school tuition, home tutoring, learning aids . . .
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