MISHAWAKA -- A judge's decision on whether to block Indiana's new school voucher law, that gives public money for kids to go to private schools based on need, isn't expected until at least next week.
But if it is blocked, what does that mean for students who have already made the switch?
WSBT found out families using vouchers to go to area Catholic schools don't have anything to worry about.
The superintendent of schools for the Fort Wayne South Bend Diocese says he just can't turn them away. But not all private schools are singing the same tune.
For many, attending a private school of choice has always been out of reach. But for Trisha Smith, the new state voucher program has made it a reality for he daughter.
"Sending her to a school, a private school, just always seemed like a dream," Smith said.
And it could remain a dream if the program is stopped.