SAVAGE, Md. – A Christian school has plausibly claimed that the state superintendent and an advisory board violated its constitutional rights, a federal court in Maryland ruled. The board kicked the school out of a program that provides scholarships for students to attend nonpublic schools due to the school’s stance on LGBTQ issues.
The school claims it has never discriminated against a student on the basis of sexual orientation in its admissions process.
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