More than 3,200 children in Indiana are changing schools because of the new voucher program Gov. Mitch Daniel recently signed into law.
The vouchers give middle and lower class families the option to use public school funds to help pay for a private school education.
Now thousands of students are transferring and bringing new life to many small Catholic schools that were on the brink of having to close their doors.
Opponents say the new law violates separation of church and state.
But supporters say things are now as they always should have been: Parents get to decide where their tax dollars are spent rather than the government.