“What are the constitutional limits on government regulation of religious private schools? The question looms large given last week’s decision by New York State’s Board of Regents to approve new regulations proposed by the New York State Education Department, known as NYSED. Although they are intended for all “nonpublic” schools, the regulations are in large part a response to long-standing allegations that Hasidic yeshivas are not providing students with an adequate education in math, English and other secular subjects, per state law.”
Can the State tell Yeshivas What They Can Teach? What the Courts May Decide
What are the constitutional limits on government regulation of religious private schools?