Education Liberty on the Verge in Texas

Another state, another group of Republican legislators holding up access to education alternatives for K-12 trainees. Georgia stopped working just recently to pass legislation producing education cost savings accounts (ESAs) after state Home Republicans in rural districts signed up with Democrats to obstruct it. Now a comparable scene is unfolding in Texas.

The Texas Senate just recently passed a costs, 18-13, that would make ESAs of $8,000 readily available to a lot of trainees– any trainee currently in public school and those under a specific earnings cap who currently go to independent school. Texas has no private-school option programs, and Republican politician Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick have actually been promoting this education development for months.


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