The past two decades in America have witnessed a resurgence of interest in religious-based schooling. Manifestations of this trend are evident in the increased number of primary and secondary students enrolled in religious schools and the rapidity with which new church-affiliated schools are being opened.
Carl H. Esbeck & Kline Capps, The Use of Government Funding and Taxing Power to Regulate Religious Schools, 14 J.L. & Educ. 553 (1985)