(Worthy News) – A religious organization has partnered with an Ohiochurch to create a pilot school that seeks to service the Columbus area’s low-income students by offering them taxpayer-funded scholarships.
“The goal of this program is to reform our broken education system by creating 5-day-per week, in person, neighborhood Christian schools that are financially affordable,” Aaron Baer, president of the Center for Christian Virtue, told Fox News Digital Monday.
The Center for Christian Virtue partnered with Memorial Baptist Church in Columbus, which is converting its space typically used for Sunday school into a kindergarten-through-second-grade classroom that will serve students who previously attended struggling public schools. [ Source: Fox News (Read More…) ]
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