School Vouchers

Posted: 8 Nov 2011

Date Written: May 1, 2000


This article analyzes the constitutionality of the A school vouchers plan enacted by Florida in 2000. Although the Supreme Court had not (at the time) definitively ruled on the constitutionality of school vouchers, this article argued that the plan should endure a federal Establishment Clause attack because it has two important qualities that are consistent with fundamental principles of that clause: religion-neutrality and distribution of aid through private decision-making.

Keywords: School Vouchers, Constitutional, Constitution First Amendment, Establishment Clause, Religion, Education

Suggested Citation

Bona, Jarod M., School Vouchers (May 1, 2000). Harvard Journal on Legislation, Vol. 37, No. 2, 2000, Available at SSRN: or

Jarod M. Bona (Contact Author)

Bona Law PC ( email )

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