Arizona Legislature Considering ‘Most Expansive Education Savings Account Program in the Nation’

The 2022 Arizona legislative session is almost over, but there are still a few key bills policy watchers say have a good chance of making it into law. One is HB 2853, which would expand school choice by opening Empowerment Scholarship Accounts (ESAs) to all K-12 students in the state.

Cory DeAngelis, a national education policy expert who serves as national director of research for the school choice organization, American Federation for Children, tweeted, “This would be the most expansive education savings account program in the nation. All families would be able to take their children’s education dollars to the education providers of their choosing.”

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State Representative Johnny Garrett Talks BEP, ESAs, and Top Priorties This Session

Wednesday morning on The Tennessee Star Report, host Leahy welcomed State Represenative Johnny Garrett (R-TN-45) to discuss top priorities for this session of the Tennessee General Assembly, the potential for adjustment to the Basic Education Program, and the implementation of ESA’s.

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State Senator Mike Bell Details Continuing Push for Education Savings Accounts and Parental School Choice

Senator Mike Bell

Monday morning on The Tennessee Star Report, host Leahy welcomed State Senator Mike Bell to the newsmakers line to talk about his continued efforts for parental school choice through education savings accounts (ESAs).

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Tennessee Republican Party Issues Statewide Call For Support of Governor Lee’s Education Savings Account

As Governor Bill Lee’s legislation on Education Savings Accounts is set to be voted on by the full House Education Committee on Wednesday, March 27, the Tennessee Republican Party calls for support of his education plan. The Tennessee Republican Party (TRP) sent a personalized email Friday saying, “We need your…

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