Home-schoolers seek religious texts
There are always strings attached when government money is involved.
Home-school students enrolled in Alaska correspondence programs get state money to help pay for their supplies but can’t spend it on religious materials.
Some people think that should change.
Sen. Fred Dyson, R-Eagle River, would like it if home-schooling families could use their state allotments to buy religious textbooks, software and other curriculum — as long as it’s academically meaty. Read more…