Friday is deadline day for families who want to enroll in Indiana’s new private and parochial school voucher program. With only half of the vouchers available this year reserved, the program is far from the nation’s largest right now. Still, public school advocates have filed a lawsuit, saying vouchers violate the separation of church and state. Today, StateImpact Indiana’s Kyle Stokes talks to one South Bend parent who says believes vouchers are helping to give her children the best education.
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