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Three Ways Ohio’s Proposed Statewide Voucher System Differs from Existing Voucher Program

Quy Nguyen DaiNGUYEN DAI / Flickr Ohio already has a voucher program that uses public dollars to pay for private-school scholarships for students attending low-performing schools. It’s called the EdChoice program. (There are separate voucher programs for Cleveland students and for students with autism or other special needs living in any district.) Now state lawmakers [...]

How Publicly Funded Private School Scholarships Could Reach a District Near You

A group of students talk at a private school.

Today, Ohio students who attend low-performing public schools can get publicly funded scholarships – or vouchers – to attend private schools. Legislation to expand those private-school scholarships to children throughout the state is now working its way through the Statehouse. And the scholarships would have an unusual funding source: tax credits.

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