In its recent Judgment 191/2020, of 17 December, the Constitutional Court of Spain has declared unconstitutional a regulation that denies the students enrolled in social initiative universities the possibility of being recipients of government grants for higher education. It is an important decision, in which the Court clearly asserts that the "public education service" is performed both by state and non-state universities. Thus, there is no justification for discriminating against the last ones in such a "nuclear element of the education system" as the grants are. In this article, both the judgment and the dissents are scrutinized. Though concurring in its final ruling and praising some of its holdings, the author appreciates a slight lack of order, analytic depth, and style, in the judgment; a flaw which is even more pronounced in the dissents.