Offering free computers, a small L.A. school district enrolled Catholic school students from Bakersfield

Stephen Sugarman quoted by Los Angeles Times, Sept. 10, 2017

If the students were receiving a full day of secular schooling, the arrangement might comply with state law. … “But where’s the day of substantial non-religious education?” he said. Without meeting that standard, Sugarman said, “it’s not a bona fide distance learning school.” School districts only qualify for state funding for students who are “genuinely enrolled,” Sugarman said.