The legislature’s only Republican lawmaker has introduced a school voucher program for low-income families in recent years. That bill has failed to gain any traction. If you would like to learn more about school choice in other states, search our School Choice in America Dashboard.
Currently, there are no programs introduced for this year. Gov. David Ige (D) has not stated whether he supports or opposes private school choice. A measure has never reached his desk. For more information on the school choice movement in Hawaii, contact our state team.
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With the close of another school year and a blossoming of expansive school choice programs this year comes curiosity about the progress of K–12 education in the United States. Is it advancing? Is it going well? How might it improve? Our recently released 2015 Schooling in America Survey aims to tap public opinion to answer those […]
A vast body of research shows educational choice programs improve academic outcomes for students and schools, saves taxpayers money, reduces segregation in schools and improves students’ civic values. The fourth edition of A Win-Win Solution: The Empirical Evidence on School Choice brings together 100 empirical studies on each of these essential questions in one comprehensive report.
Watch this short, helpful video for an overview on what school choice is and how it can help kids get a great education. The video talks about how school choice programs are funded and how they work to give parents more educational options for their kids.