Archived: State Regulation Of Private Schools - Louisiana This page provides louisiana's regulations governing private schools. 17.232.C. All schools in louisiana must respond to the request of a city or parish public for operating any boat to transport children to or from parochial schools http://www.ed.gov/pubs/RegPrivSchl/louisian.html
Extractions: A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n State Regulation of Private Schools - June 2000 Registration/Licensing/Accreditation: Recordkeeping/Reports: The Superintendent of Education annually reimburses approved nonpublic schools for the actual cost incurred for providing school services, maintaining records and completing and filing mandatory reports e.g. Helms v. Cody , No. 85-5533, 1994 U.S. Dist. Lexis 8206 (E.D. La. June 10, 1994). Length of School Year/Day: Discrimination: Private schools that are racially segregated are ineligible for state assistance of any kind, including textbooks, materials and transportation. Brumfield v. Dodd , 405 F. Supp. 338 (E.D. La. 1977). Teacher Certification: Curriculum: Special Education: Helms v. Cody , No. 85-5533, 1994 U.S. Dist. Lexis 8206 (E.D. La. June 10, 1994). Health: Safety: Transportation: The Secretary of the Department of Revenue and Taxation will make refunds of gasoline taxes on gasoline used for operating any boat to transport children to or from parochial schools. Home Schooling: A home study plan is a program in which an approved curriculum can be implemented under the direction and control of a parent or a tutor. Any child eligible to attend an elementary or secondary school in Louisiana is eligible to participate in a home study plan. Home study regulations are found at R.S. 17:236 and 17:236.1.
Extractions: FLASHLINE Web Posted: June 15, 1999 he nation's highest court decided Monday that it will examine whether public funds may be used to purchase instructional materials, computer and other items for use in religious, sectarian schools. The justices agreed to review a 14-year old dispute from Louisiana which many legal observers say is at the heart of the question over public aid to parochial and other faith-based schools. The Clinton administration applauded the court's announcement, and hopes that part of an $15 billion educational bill, including the spending of nearly $800 million on computer and related technology programs, will reach religious schools. According to the U.S. department of Education, in the 1997-98 school year more than $12 million in government funds was used for instructional and related materials in private and sectarian schools in 34 states. At issue is the federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, which gives public schools money for special types of instructional materials. Public school districts are required to share any equipment a "secular, neutral and nonideological way" with private and sectarian schools in the district. In Louisiana, Jefferson Parish taxpayers sued government officials in 1985, though, saying that the program violated the First Amendment's establish clause ban on aid to religion. A federal judge upheld the aid program in 1997, but last August the Fifth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the ruling.
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Extractions: Issue Date: 0.0.00 Print Friendly Email Article Although it is frequently attacked as an elitist institution with no regard for the public will, the Supreme Court is hardly immune to cultural and political trends. Justices are, after all, appointed by presidents with particular ideological agendas, shaped partly by polls. Once they ascend to the bench, a few appointees may surprise and disappoint their political patrons, but many do not. So, at least indirectly, the political preferences of voters wield considerable influence on the Court. It was no coincidence that the Supreme Court toyed with invalidating capital punishment in the early 1970s, when public support for it was relatively low; it's not surprising that as support for the death penalty has increased (along with the conservative hold on government), the Court has committed itself to expediting executions. It's worth noting that Roe v. Wade
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Extractions: June 8, 2000 By Chester E. Finn Jr., Charles R. Hokanson Jr. and Christopher Connell Before the end of June, the Supreme Court will decide a widely anticipated First Amendment case, Mitchell vs. Helms, which will clarify the limits on public aid to parochial schools. This topic has triggered epic battles in courtrooms and legislative chambers for some 75 years, and, with such hot issues as the constitutionality of school vouchers still in the air, these fights show no sign of easing. The case also has implications for the $13.5 billion Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) that Congress is presently reauthorizing and which funds innumerable programs that benefit students in private, frequently religious, schools, as well as public school students. The specific issue in Mitchell is whether federal Chapter 2 funds (which are now included within Title VI of the ESEA) can be used by parochial schools in Jefferson Parish, La., to purchase computers, software and library books. Schools generally use these funds to buy technology and instructional materials, including library resources and software, to support programs for at-risk and gifted students and for miscellaneous school improvements. By law, private school students are eligible to participate equitably in obtaining "secular, neutral, and non-ideological services, materials, and equipment."
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Extractions: Cultural differences and individual personalities, rather than party platforms and philosophies, defined political lines in antebellum Louisiana. Conflict between Anglo and Latin residents and between northern and southern sections of the state infused most political issues. Overall, wealthy planters and their merchant allies dominated state government during this time. In general, the Florida parishes (formerly English and Spanish possessions) and north Louisiana supported Anglo-American candidates of the Democratic party. Many of the voters living in these areas were Protestants of English or American descent. On the other side of the political arena stood the wealthier planters and their merchant allies from the sugar parishes of south Louisiana. Primarily Catholics and native-born descendents of French and Spanish colonists, south Louisiana voters supported issues championed by the Whig party and its candidates. New Orleans reflected on a smaller scale the statewide conflict between Anglo and Latin factions. In 1836 the city was divided into three municipalities. Democrats drew support from an immigrant and Creole coalition of Catholics in the First and Third Municipalities. The Whig party and its successor, the American or so-called Know-Nothing party, attracted Protestant, native-born Anglo-Americans who mainly resided in the Second Municipality.
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Extractions: Sarah T. Reed Senior High School Home Departments Student Life Calendar ... News Sarah Towles Reed Senior High School Library 5316 Michoud Blvd. New Orleans, Louisiana 70129 Policies Online Databases Calendar Suggested Reading ... Question of the Month Welcome to Reed High School Library's Web site This site is designed to assist the Reed community in their search for information on the Internet. Mission: Our mission is to ensure that all students and faculty are effective users of ideas and information. Information Power Goal: Our goal is to develop information literate students with the ability to access, evaluate, and use information from a variety of sources. About the Library: Reed's library is housed on the second floor of our high school. The collection consist of books, journals and educational software. The completely computerized library uses the Follett's Unison platform. Our students and faculty are assisted by two full-time certified librarians. We provide career information, college catalogs and bulletins, access to computers for word processing, C-D Rom searches, online databases and Internet access. Library Hours: 8:05 A.M. - 3:30 P.M. Mon. - Fri.
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Extractions: FLASHLINE Web Posted: June 15, 1999 he U.S.Supreme Court has decided to once again examine the issue of public aid to religious schools. Below is a list and summary of some of the major cases taken up by the high court. Many of these decisions were made in close votes, sometimes 5-4. You will also note that the justices looked carefully at the unique circumstances of each case; and their judgments obviously reflect the changing political coloration of the court. Indeed, there emerges a distinct trend where the court has become more accommodating of religion and religious institutions, and justifying some forms of government aid when the direct benefit is said to accrue to students rather than the faith-based institution operating the school. COCHRAN v. LOUISIANA STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION (1930) Justices upheld a Louisiana law that provided for the use of state funds to purchase textbooks for religious and public schools. Writing for the majority, Justice Charles Evans Hughes argued that the intent of the program was to benefit individual school children rather than religion or religious schools. "The school children and the state alone are the beneficiaries." By this argument, no clear benefit accrued to the religious institutions involved. EVERSON v. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF EWING TOWNSHIP (1947)
State Regulation Of Private Schools - Kentucky of studies at any approved private or parochial school are entitled The school maydesignate an individual to inform Kansas Table of Contents louisiana http://www.ed.gov/pubs/RegPrivSchl/kentucky.html
Extractions: Accessibility: Curriculum: Special Education: Health: Safety: Home Schooling: Public Aid for Private Schools/Private School Students: Kentucky's Constitution prohibits the appropriation, use, or aid of any church, sectarian or denominational school through state taxes levied for educational purposes. Kentucky Const. Sec. 189. Kentucky's Constitution provides that the common school (public school) fund be appropriated to the public schools and to no other purpose. Kentucky Const. Sec. 184, 186. Nonprofit educational institutions are exempt from taxation. Kentucky Const. Sec. 170, 186. Fannin v. Williams , 655 S.W.2d 480 (1983). Miscellaneous: Updated January 2000
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