During the Covid-19 pandemic, the state shut down all schools. Failure to comply with the

Question: During the Covid-19 pandemic, the state shut down all schools. Failure to comply with the order would subject schools to huge fines and possible time in jail for the administrators. One school in particular that operates on the grounds of a church and is religiously oriented files suit claiming that the actions violate their Constitutional rights. WhatDuring the Covid-19 pandemic, the state shut down all schools. Failure to comply with the order would subject schools to huge fines and possible time in jail for the administrators. One school in particular that operates on the grounds of a church and is religiously oriented files suit claiming that the actions violate their Constitutional rights.
What Constitutional rights are they likely alleging have been violated?
What standard of review would a case like this get and why?
What are your thoughts on the likely legal outcome?
A. The constitutional right of a school that operates on the grounds of a church is to function the religious-related and academic education for students without any governmental interruption in the whole processing of the schooling. The government…View the full answer