Should Publicly Funded Private Schools Allow Discrimination?

When the Supreme Court decided that money equals free speech in Citizens United v. FEC in 2010, it meant our politics would be flooded with money from those who want to influence policy. 

Thus, we have tax monies meant to underwrite the education of all children being siphoned off by private schools that have no trouble imposing their beliefs on those students, and getting that tax money in the form of vouchers.

In his blog “School Matters,” Steve Hinnefeld focuses on our newest Supreme Court Justice and the continuing problem of “private schools that discriminate” while simultaneously awarding vouchers siphoned from public schools for all.