By Sean Maguire and Iris Samuels
Anchorage Daily News 

Judge delays correspondence school order until June 30


State laws allowing correspondence students to use public funds at private and religious schools will remain in place through the end of June, but not after, an Anchorage Superior Court judge ordered May 2.

Judge Adolf Zeman last month struck down two statutes governing Alaska’s correspondence programs, finding that they violated a state constitutional prohibition on spending public funds at private institutions.

The decision affect hundreds or thousands of correspondence students across the state, depending on how the Legislature and Gov. Mike Dunleavy respond.

After Zeman’s April decision, t...

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