Wolman v. Walter: Ohio's Provision of Tests for Private, Religious Schools is Constitutional

Wolman v. Walter: Ohio's Provision of Tests for Private, Religious Schools is Constitutional

Wolman v. Walter

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Argued: Wolman v. Walter — The U.S. Supreme Court will rule that it is constitutional for Ohio to provide standardized tests, therapeutic and diagnostic services to non-public school children — even those in religious schools.

However, the state will not be permitted to offer educational materials or subsidize class field trips.

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