Well, I guess you have other motives besides the education of your child as you didn't respond to my question about what public school ignored your IEP.
Tom Horne could easily make this issue a non-issue by agreeing to accept the funds from the House legislator and make sure they are used by the Department of Education in a manner that would properly educate the less than 500 students which had been involved in the scholarship program. There is no provision of the law that says the Department of Education can't spend the money where it wants in contracting with private vendors to educate school children with special needs. In fact that is the law. However, because the right wing nuts want to open public education funds to religious institutions without going through the Dept. of Ed. they reject those options and harm their children by standing by with their hands in their pockets complaining about the lack of action by others.
I say get your hands out of your pockets and start writing letters to Tom Horne and the House Majority Leader telling them to do the right thing - Fund the Dept. of Ed. properly so these children can be educated in an appropriate manner.
BTW - Check out Mary Jo Pitzl's latest article in todays Repulsive - much better than then lopsided article by Fenske.