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Why doesn't Kentucky have an educational choice program?
Previous efforts to introduce school choice in Kentucky, such as a tax-credit scholarship for students from low-income families, have not come to fruition. If you would like to learn more about school choice in other states, search our School Choice in America Dashboard.
Is anyone trying to propose an educational choice program in Kentucky now?
Yes. During the 2019 legislative session, Kentucky legislators sponsored SB 118 and HB 205, bill that would have created a tax-credit scholarship program for students from low-income families, students with special needs, and students in foster care. The legislation was not adopted.
For more information on the school choice movement in Kentucky, contact our state team.
EdChoice Chats: Surveying the Military with Lindsey Burke and Paul DiPerna
Our new research, Surveying the Military, is the first of its kind and methodology to delve deeper into former and current military families’ thoughts on K–12 education in America. This 2017 survey of 1,200 active-duty military servicemembers, veterans and their spouses aims to help policymakers and the public better understand this important population’s perspectives on school choice policies, the military profession and more.