Sunday, July 19, 2015
ESAs are the future of choice in education
"Several state governments in the United States have taken a bold step to give parents the ability to control their education by offering K–12 education savings accounts (ESAs)," Dan Lips writes for the Atlas Network. "ESAs are flexible spending accounts that parents can use to purchase education services for their children, and a significant refinement of Milton Friedman’s original school voucher idea. This article explains how ESAs could be a key to improving the nation’s knowledge capital, and explains how think tanks in the United States are driving this change."