Teachers usher elementary students down the hall as they head for home at the end of the school day on the private school campus of Raleigh Christian Academy in Raleigh on August 21, 2014.  Earlier in the day, a Wake County judged ruled that a state program that provided public funds for private schools was unconstitutional, in part because the law did not set accountability standards for the private schools. In 2015, the state Supreme Court reversed that ruling.
Teachers usher elementary students down the hall as they head for home at the end of the school day on the private school campus of Raleigh Christian Academy in Raleigh on August 21, 2014. Earlier in the day, a Wake County judged ruled that a state program that provided public funds for private schools was unconstitutional, in part because the law did not set accountability standards for the private schools. In 2015, the state Supreme Court reversed that ruling.
Teachers usher elementary students down the hall as they head for home at the end of the school day on the private school campus of Raleigh Christian Academy in Raleigh on August 21, 2014. Earlier in the day, a Wake County judged ruled that a state program that provided public funds for private schools was unconstitutional, in part because the law did not set accountability standards for the private schools. In 2015, the state Supreme Court reversed that ruling.