For too long, we’ve forced children and families into a one-size-fits-all system that dictates a student’s educational experience based on where they live. We need to re-evaluate our student’s educational experiences.
The House budget, HB 1001, would expand educational freedom to thousands of Indiana’s students, where education funding will cover up to 90% of the cost of tuition to a private school that better meets a child’s needs and allowing a student’s per-pupil education funding to pay for any kind of educational product they need, including tuition, tutors, books, among others.
It’s time for our education system to prioritize students, not buildings and bureaucracies.
Encourage your lawmakers to ensure Indiana students and families have access to a broad range of options beyond their assigned traditional public school!