STUDENT-BENEFIT THEORY

STUDENT-BENEFIT THEORY

student-benefit theory. A principle that allows state funds to be provided to private-school pupils if the allotment can be justified as benefiting the child. ? The Supreme Court upheld a Louisiana law that allowed the purchase of textbooks for all children throughout the state ¡ª even those in private schools ¡ª under this theory. Cochran v. Louisiana State Bd. of Educ., 281 U.S. 370, 50 S.Ct. 335 (1930). ¡ª Also termed child-benefit theory.
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