Most States Are Pushing Private School Choice Bills, But Some Are Faltering

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Lawmakers in at least 34 states have proposed legislation related to private school choice, but that doesn’t mean they are becoming reality, according to a bipartisan organization that tracks state issues.

The National Conference of State Legislatures is watching state bills to expand or create new private school choice programs—vouchers, tax credit scholarships, and education savings accounts. Watch an Education Week video explaining the various choice options.

More than half of those state legislatures have advanced bills to some extent, at least out of committee, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. But some efforts have failed or are struggling to push forward.

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