We can only hope so! Now to make vouchers with no strings attached! Via the AP:
More than a third of U.S. states have created school voucher programs that bypass thorny constitutional and political issues by turning them over to nonprofits that rely primarily on businesses to fund them. But the programs are raising questions about transparency and accountability at a time when supporters are urging that they be expanded into a federal program.
Unlike traditional school vouchers, which are directly funded by the states – or in the case of Washington, D.C., the federal government – these programs don’t use any public money. Instead, those who contribute to the voucher program get tax credits. Seventeen states now have the so-called tax-credit scholarships.
Both President Donald Trump and Education Secretary Betsy DeVos have promoted the scholarships as a way to give parents greater choice in deciding where their children will go to school. Supporters are pushing the administration to launch a federal program extending the tax credit scholarships nationwide.
Asked whether such a proposal might be included as part of a tax overhaul, DeVos said Wednesday in an interview with the Associated Press, “It’s certainly part of our discussion.”