March 31, 2024 1:08 pm

School vouchers are big in Arizona and Florida, but Tennessee should not follow suit

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This means public schools are underfunded in service of private school vouchers. Rural students and low-income families have fewer quality choices, while richer suburban families use vouchers as a coupon for the private education they were already paying for. And it means billion-dollar price tags for taxpayers, with no accountability, no transparency, and no return on investment.

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