Constitutional Law Keyed to Varatback
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A state enacted legislation providing for the testing of all high school students in the performance of certain adult-world tasks. In public schools, the test was administered at the school by government employees. In private schools— both religious and secular—the test was administered by school personnel, and the schools were reimbursed for the costs of administering the tests and reporting the results to the state.
An association with appropriate standing filed suit seeking to enjoin the reimbursement to the religious schools, claiming that the reimbursement violates the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution.
The trial court should:CorrectIncorrect
To provide consistency in education in the state, a state law provides for the free distribution of textbooks on secular subjects to students in all public and private schools. A local private religious school accepts the secular textbooks for core academic subjects and supplements its students’ education with religious texts.
Which of the following is the strongest argument in favor of the constitutionality of free distribution of textbooks to the students at the private religious school?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following government practices will NOT survive a constitutional challenge based on the establishment clause?CorrectIncorrect
A religious high school limits its enrollment to ‘‘white, third-generation Americans.’’ The school is accredited by the state. The state sets accreditation standards and inspects religious, private, and public schools. Free transportation to all accredited schools is provided by the state.
Which of the following choices is the best argument in favor of the high school in the above suit?CorrectIncorrect