the current education funding model

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We are fighting for more families in our state to have options when it comes to choosing a school.

the funding model we're fighting for...

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Education Savings Accounts (ESAs)

Education Savings Accounts empower parents to use their education tax dollars to customize their child's learning and development.  Consider the range of school options available today:

  • traditional district school

  • private school

  • technical school

  • online school

  • therapies for special needs

  • homeschool

  • learning pods

  • microschools

  • public charter schools

What if a family of any income could choose the best educational journey for their children?  That's what an ESA does.

 

Here's how it works - a family's state education dollars are placed into an account which can be used for any schooling option.  Families can also spend ESA money on a range of educational expenses that happen outside of school - like tutoring, music lessons, transportation, and supplies.  This is empowerment!

ESAs