"as nearly uniform as practicable; and such schools shall be free and without charge for tuition to all children between the ages of 4 and 20 years; and no sectarian instruction shall be allowed therein."There's nothing there okaying the funding of religious schools through vouchers, even if public schools are also an option. Our constitution does not allow religious instruction...at all, with taxpayer money.
Anyone else a little surprised? And yet in Wisconsin...well here's a headline from 2013:
And yet our constitution says "no sectarian instruction shall be allowed therein." If it's public, no religion. Perhaps someone can answer how Wisconsin is getting around the state constitution. I'm just curious. Our incidental governor, who isn't swayed by polls or anything the public wants, has decided to expand vouchers despite mounting opposition: