An update to this story.

Teachers unions and local school boards that are not in favor of the voucher program are still attempting to challenge the constitutionality of the program itself.

The arguments that were meant to be given for the lawsuit on this coming Monday are going to have to be held until November 28th. Judge Tim Kelley has moved the case back, but has also set aside three days for it.

The primary argument that the teachers and school boards opposed to Governor Jindal's program is that it isn't proper for the program to be paid for through public school funding and they are also claiming that the lawmakers didn't follow the right process for passing laws.

Governor Jindal and Superintendent of Education John White defended voucher program completely.