Education Savings Accounts increase choice but could cost city $430K or more

Monday, December 25, 2017 Laura Aronson 2
The controversial “Education Freedom Savings Account” bill, SB 193, is scheduled for a House vote in the first week of January. Intended to expand educational choices available to parents and students, it creates an Education Savings Account (ESA) program which enables the transfer of public funds from public schools to parents, who can spend it on private schools or services related to homeschooling. READ MORE