"If the state is going to require something like that, they need to figure out funding," said Indiana State Teachers Association President Teresa Meredith. "I'd hate to see the state pass on another financial burden to schools based on a state mandate."
"Just because the Indiana Supreme Court said it's OK by our constitution doesn't mean this is a good idea," Teresa Meredith, vice president of the teachers association, told Reuters. "I don't believe it's a wise use of public money. It's still, at the end of the day, funding religious instruction"