I've already gotten turned down by one preschool when I tried turning in a religious exemption for enrollment. They we're a private preschool at a church. My understanding is that public has to accept exemptions while private can decide for themselves. I am on the waitlist for a private preschool, and found out there is a free state funded program run there as well. I'm wondering if anyone knows how the law would work in this situation. I have no idea if the private side would accept religious exempt. Tomorrow morning we are having a home visit to see if we qualify for the state funded one.
I'm in Illinois by the way. Only medical and religious exemption offered.
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