In Arcella v. Arcella, (NV Sup. Ct., Dec. 26, 2017), the Nevada Supreme Court held that a trial court was wrong in the manner it resolved a dispute between divorced parents over the middle school their child should attend. the father wanted the child to attend a private Lutheran school, but the mother objected to the child’s receiving a religious education.  The court, relying solely on the mother’s religious objections, decided that the child should attend a public school.  In reversing, the state Supreme Court said in part:When a district court decides a child’s best interest,


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