New York does not have a private school choice program. The state does have a charter school law. New York does not allow for public virtual schooling. Open enrollment exists, both for intradistrict and interdistrict public school choice.
Laws and Regulations Governing Private Schools
Despite an initially restrictive interpretation of its Blaine Amendment, New York courts have abandoned that approach and both tax credit and voucher programs are school choice options for New York. New York’s highest state court held in Board of Education v. Allen that the Blaine Amendment was never intended to bar government programs providing incidental benefits to parochial schools.