Arguably the most strongly promoted approach by voucher advocates is a new form of government subsidy for private education, Education Savings Accounts (ESAs). Parents are provided a set sum which they can use for a variety of educational services including private school tuition and fees, online courses, extracurricular activities and private tutoring. Students enrolled in an ESA program are not allowed to concurrently attend a public school.
This policy brief examines this emerging policy, considering similarities and differences with conventional voucher approaches, and examining the legal issues that the policy raises.
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Jimenez-Castellanos, O., Mathis, W. J., & Welner, K. G. (2018). The State of Education Savings Account Programs in the United States. Boulder, CO: National Education Policy Center. Retrieved [date] from https://scholar.colorado.edu/nepc/16
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