Arizona’s tax credit program provides scholarships for children to attend both secular and sectarian private schools. There is no factual support for the Ninth Circuit’s conclusion that Arizona pressures parents into choosing religious private schools over all other diverse and readily available options. When the system is considered as a whole, it becomes clear that Arizona not only provides numerous non-religious schooling options for parents, it also funds these options at a much higher level than the indirect assistance provided to parents through the tax credit program. Arizona law does not compel parents to choose religious private schools. If anything, Arizona’s policies skew heavily in favor of secular options.