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Demand policies that prevent taxpayer dollars from funding private schools through a voucher system that lacks transparency and educational accountability.

The Problem with a Voucher System

Common Voucher Programs

Education Savings Account Programs (ESA) Program
A form of voucher program that allows eligible parents to use a portion of funds the state expends for their child’s public school education to fund private school tuition, distance education, and homeschooling materials and curriculum. The remainder of the funds, generally around 30%, are kept by the public school the student previously attended.

Tax Credit Scholarship Program
Corporations can earn tax credits by donating money to a scholarship program that uses the dollars to pay for private school tuition for students.

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