ESA
Legislation
Alabama House conducts public hearing for education savings account bill

(The Center Square) – A bill that would create an education savings account program in Alabama was rewritten in committee after a public hearing on Wednesday. The Ways and Means Education… Read More

February 22, 2024
Opinion
Arizona’s proposed reversal in school choice would hurt taxpayers, not just students and families

(The Daily Signal) – Three decades ago, Arizona policymakers created opportunities for educators to start new schools and for families to choose between them. Unfortunately, though, the state’s current governor aims… Read More

February 7, 2024
Culture
More than 16,700 Iowa students use educational savings accounts

(The Center Square) – The Iowa Department of Education said Friday that 16,757 students used the Students First Educational Savings Accounts to enroll in accredited nonpublic schools. This is the… Read More

January 29, 2024
Public Education
Tennessee ESA pilot students received $9,800 this school year

(The Center Square) – Tennessee students in a pilot educational savings account program in three counties are receiving $9,800 – the average statewide funding per public school student – this… Read More

January 18, 2024
Legislation
Gov. Lee launches plan for 20K K-12 ESAs across Tennessee

(The Center Square) – Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee began his push for a statewide educational savings account plan that will include 20,000 ESAs in the first year and an unlimited… Read More

November 29, 2023
Opinion
It’s basic math: ESAs save the state money

(The Center Square) – Opponents of parental choice in education are doing their best Chicken Little in an attempt to scare Arizonans out of allowing parents control over their children’s… Read More

July 21, 2023
Christian Schools
This 41-year-old Utah Christian school is finding ways to innovate, keeping education affordable with ESAs on the horizon

The Heritage Foundation ranks the state of Utah No. 11 for education freedom, and it was the fourth state to pass a… Read More

July 19, 2023