Board of Education v. Mergens (1990) -- Equal Access for Bible Clubs in Public Schools | American Center for Law and Justice

In a landmark case, argued by ACLJ Chief Counsel Jay Sekulow, the Supreme Court overwhelmingly upheld the constitutionality of the Equal Access Act which requires public schools to allow student-initiated Bible Clubs or prayer groups equal access to meet on campus.

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Carson v. Makin: ACLJ Files Major Brief in SCOTUS School Choice Case

By Walter M. Weber1631537940000

We were delighted to learn on July 2, 2021, that the U.S. Supreme Court had agreed to review another school choice case, Carson v. Makin , involving Maine’s school choice program. And we just filed an amicus (friend-of-the-court) brief in the case to defend the religious liberty of parents,

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Christian School Choice Heads To the Supreme Court

By Logan Sekulow1626901523224

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear a vital case involving the state of Maine’s school choice program and their blatant religious discrimination. In Maine, the state extends tuition assistance to parents to send their kids to the high school of their choice. However, there is one caveat with...

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Big News on School Choice Front: A New Supreme Court Case

By Walter M. Weber1626372000000

To our delight, the U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review another school choice case, this one involving Maine’s school choice program. We wrote about the case, Carson v. Makin , in a previous article . As we explained, In Maine, the majority of school districts do not have a public high school.

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ACLJ Fights for School Choice at the Supreme Court . . . Again

By Walter M. Weber1619099940000

Protecting the right of parents to choose the best schooling option for their children would solve so many problems. It would help defuse – or at least provide an escape route from – the politicization of the government-run schools. It would allow parents to select a school environment that accords...

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