Sunday, May 31, 2015

State's largest newspaper says ESAs are 'an idea that deserves support'

In a house editorial today, The Oklahoman recaps the 2015 legislative session.
Most disappointingly, lawmakers failed to authorize education savings accounts, not even as a pilot program for low-income students in Oklahoma’s worst schools. ESAs would have allowed children’s families to use taxpayer dollars that currently go to bad public schools and instead use the money to send needy children to quality private schools. It’s an idea that deserves support.

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