“Is there a difference between state-subsidized churches and state-subsidized schools?”
The only difference between state-subsidized churches and state-subsidized schools is that churches teach religion and school teach education, and one is held once a week and the other is held 5 days a week.
Subsidies are subsidies whether it is with a church or with a school. The government is the one who is giving those subsidies (the money) out so the government should be and is the one to tell the schools and churches what to do if it is paying the organization’s bills. The government provides the public school curriculum and if the government was giving subsidies to churches it might provide the “curriculum” for the churches as well. What’s the difference? There isn’t much of one besides what I had mentioned in the previous paragraph.
Many times throughout my government course I have heard the saying “He who pays the piper calls the tune.” This statement is so very true. It can be used in terms of entertainment or in terms of government. You’re getting the gist of things now, correct? I hope so, because I will be now ending this essay of mine, so thank you for reading!