The Path to Universal Choice: From Theory to Passage to Implementation – Workshop

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States and cities have been empowering families with school choice for decades, and the evidence clearly shows it’s working: parents are happier, students are more successful and schools are improving in a competitive environment. But choice has thus far largely been limited to low-income and special needs students. How do we open up more options to the middle class? This panel looks at education savings accounts (ESAs) and other ways to design programs to empower more families and students to find the school that best fits their needs.