Charter school accused of using state money to teach religious doctrine

screen-shot-2016-09-08-at-9-04-08-amBy Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via Arizona Capitol Times

A national organization filed suit Wednesday against an Arizona charter school with ties to a member of the state Board of Education, accusing it of using state funds to illegally teach religious doctrine.

The federal court lawsuit claims that Heritage Academy, with three campuses in Maricopa County teaching grades 7 through 12, is violating the First Amendment, state constitutional provisions and Arizona laws through the instruction provided to students as well as the required reading.

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