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Key leaders in the South Carolina General Assembly have filed legislation that, if passed, would create “Education Scholarship Accounts” (ESAs) for South Carolina students. ESAs are online-based accounts funded with state grants that can be used to pay a wide variety of educational expenses for a student who is eligible for the grants. Here are some of the most commonly asked questions about ESAs.
Across the nation, an innovation known as Education Scholarship Accounts (ESAs) is enjoying strong, bipartisan, legislative, parental, and taxpayer support. Why? Because with ESAs, a basic principle of fairness and freedom is achieved: state-appropriated education dollars follow the child. With that aspiration fulfilled, every child, but especially the most vulnerable, can finally receive the customized education they need to reach their full potential.
When Mark and Padgett Mozingo found out their daughter Lila had Down syndrome, they were consistently told what she couldn’t do. Some even told Padgett that she shouldn’t go through with the pregnancy. But they decided Lila was “limitless” and work hard to ensure that her diagnosis does not define her. A huge part of
Learn how this one small provision of the federal tax reform law gives SC parents and students huge new flexibility.
Education choice is a cornerstone issue of Palmetto Promise Institute. Every child deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential and education is a key to success. Whether today’s students are interested in attending college or joining the workforce right out of college, preparation is key and Education Scholarship Accounts are an avenue for real
A growing teacher shortage, particularly in some of South Carolina’s more rural areas are leading some districts to take new measures to lure and retain qualified teachers.
“I’m thinking of their well being; I want them to be successful,” Sonya Gordon remarks about her children.
For the Vissers, Education Savings Accounts have been the key to astounding success.
The future will not wait. Our students urgently need an education system that works today.