Public Programs Affecting Non-Public Schools
There are many public programs implemented that greatly affect the opportunities for students in non-public schools. In 1965, the Elementary and Secondary Education Act was passed which provides for non-public school students and teachers to participate in certain federal education programs. More information can be found at the Office on Non-Public Education.
Public programs are divided into those at the State level and those at the Federal level. Click the links below to describe specific programs that affect non-public school students.
- Special Education
- School Health
- School Transportation
- School Breakfast Program
- Home School or Hospital Tutoring