Catholic educators raised a strong voice for a school voucher program–and now that the state is starting one, schools in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Indianapolis are quickly signing up, Courier-Journal.com reports. Most of the 80 schools approved so far by the Indiana Department of Education to receive public money to help families pay private-school tuition are faith-based schools, and most of them are Catholic schools, including six in Southern Indiana…

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