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Florida has:
4 educational choice programs | 110 additional resources

  • Florida’s John M. McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program was enacted and launched in 1999, making it the nation’s first school voucher program for students with special needs. The Florida legislature expanded the program in 2000. Learn more about the most up-to-date program details on this page, including eligibility, funding, regulations, legal history and more.

  • Tax-Credit Scholarship

    Florida – Hope Scholarship Program

    This program allows purchasers of motor vehicles to contribute their vehicle sales tax to fund private school scholarships. Hope Scholarships may be used by students who are victims of bullying or are physically attacked in school. These students may also transfer to other public school districts. The program was enacted in 2018, and scholarship-funding organizations will begin awarding scholarships for the 2018–19 school year. Learn more about the Hope Scholarship Program’s details on this page, including eligibility, funding, regulations and more.

  • This tax-credit scholarship program was enacted and launched in 2001 to serve students from low-income households. Of America’s school choice programs, the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program is one of the largest in terms of student participation. Learn more about it on this page, including eligibility, funding, regulations, legal history and more.

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