Several Tulsa area school boards have decided not to comply with a law that would allow state money to be used to pay private school tuition for students on individualized education plans.
Broken Arrow and Jenks led the group when their boards voted unanimously last week not to comply with House Bill 3393, also known as the Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Act. Union and Bixby schools followed suit Monday night.
Doug Mann of Rosenstein, Fist and Ringold — legal counsel for these four districts — told the boards the law appears to be unconstitutional.
After the votes, superintendents said the boards took a courageous stance to do what’s right for the children of the district.
But some parents thought otherwise.
Read more here: Parents upset by school decision – JenksJournal.com: News.
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