Commonwealth Policy Center

Parents across the nation are looking for alternatives for their children’s education. As schools are allowing biological male students to use the girls’ bathroom, and as schools went overboard with COVID regulations, many parents no longer want to send their kids to public schools. This has led to parents pushing state legislatures to expand school choice options so that they can better direct their child’s education—an education they say should reflect their values. These options would include educational tax credits, vouchers, and education savings accounts. Kentucky school choice advocates have the ear of state legislators, who are considering various choice options. Choice is important when it comes to education. And instead of limiting educational opportunities, good lawmakers from both parties will stand with Kentucky’s parents.