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Hansen, Kenneth H. – 1980
Although providing tuition tax credits to parents of children in private schools could provide several social benefits, several difficulties stand in the way of adopting such a policy. The major difficulty is that tuition tax credits stand a good chance of being declared unconstitutional on First Amendment grounds. Tuition tax credit proposals…
Descriptors: Constitutional Law, Court Litigation, Educational Change, Elementary Secondary Education
Hansen, Kenneth H. – 1980
The options available to state education agencies (SEA's) facing decisions concerning the regulation of controversial course content are discussed in this paper, which uses the issue of whether or not to mandate the teaching of creationism as an example. The author first clarifies the issues in the debate over teaching creationism, touching on the…
Descriptors: Constitutional Law, Controversial Issues (Course Content), Creationism, Curriculum Development