(Supreme Court-AP) -- The Supreme Court will consider whether states that offer educational grants can deny them to theology students. Joshua Davey wanted to use a Washington state grant program to help pay his tuition at an Assemblies of God college. The state initially approved the money, but then refused because he's majoring in theology. A lower court said the state was wrong to withhold the grant money. Washington and 14 other states have constitutional bans on state spending for theology classes. The Supreme Court will decide next term whether that violates a person's Constitutional freedom of religion.