When the Nevada Education Savings Account (ESA) law passed last week, there were two main reactions: celebration from school choice advocates who marveled at the scope and positive potential of the law, and the anti-choice crowd’s outrage at an allegedly impending dismantling of traditional public schools.
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Education savings accounts offer options not available in the current U.S. educational system. Legislators supporting this concept are clearly indicating they realize the traditional public education system is failing and increased parental involvement and control are desirable and necessary.
TweetIn several states—Ohio, Wisconsin, Indiana, Michigan—new Republican majorities through both statehouse chambers and the governorships have created momentum for proposing and enacting education reforms previously impossible. Other states, however, have[…]