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New Jersey has:
0 educational choice programs | 79 additional resources

  • Why doesn't New Jersey have an educational choice program?

    New Jersey lawmakers introduced a pair of ESA bills during the 2018 legislative session, both in the Senate and the General Assembly. The program would have allowed for students with special needs and from low-income families who were enrolled in public schools to use state funds to pay for a variety of education expenses, but neither bill advanced passed committee. 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 New Jersey now?

    The Garden State Initiative is a local organization that supports school choice. No private school choice programs have been proposed during the 2019 session.

  • Want to get involved in efforts to create New Jersey's first educational choice program?

    We pride ourselves on our ability to connect advocates who want to advance school choice in their state. Contact our state team to get involved.

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