But it's very much worth noting that the ruling was only temporary, and there could be ongoing legal wranglings that will continue to jeopardize not just the program's current students but its future prospects, as well. (The program is set for expansion each of the next two years, ultimately becoming uncapped beginning with the 2013-14 school year.)
One local news station in Indiana asked the fundamental question that should be (but unfortunately isn't for opponents of the program) at the core of the decision whether to continue with the lawsuit:
"If voucher opponents prevail, what will happen to kids who start the year in a private school?"There's no sure answer, but we worry that students might turn out like the hundreds disappointed families in Colorado, or even worse, they risk being ripped from their school environment in the middle of the year.
A report on INC Now in Indiana today discussed the potentially worrisome scenario. You can watch the video below: