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4 Thoughts to “Tennessee Senate Passes Bill Increasing Those Eligible for School ESA/Voucher Program”

  1. Horatio Bunce

    I think of it as cutting my losses. The vouchers only “steal” $7500 as opposed to the perennial failure systems of Memphis, Nashville, Knox, Jackson, Hamilton stealing $12-13k for non-proficiency.


    No!! These are funding schemes to suck private and religious schools into the government system and these legislators are either to uninformed to know what is going on or they are part of the education cabal. If the government funds it they eventually run it. OK is working on legislation to issue a $5,000 tax credit for parents to home school or send their kids to private/religious school. No strings attached. Of course that could always change BUT a tax credit is the only good funding mechanism. All this other stuff is being pushed by progressive education, SEL indoctrination. And TN Commissioner of Education is one of them. I was very disappointed when I heard Lundberg was going to head up the Senate Education Committee. I knew we were in for even worse education decisions than have had for over the past 10+ years.

  3. Joe Blow

    This is a good move.

  4. william delzell

    Another attempt to steal tax-payers’ money from public schools to charter schools of questionable accreditation!