A school voucher is a portion of money that your state has set aside to fund your child’s education.

In a voucher system, parents get to decide which school option best fits their child and use the states’ funding set aside for the child, to cover the tuition. This allows parent to use their public funding to pay for some or all of their child’s tuition at the school option of their choice.

There are currently 14 states that offer school voucher programs:

For more information on vouchers or to see if voucher programs are offered in your state, visit your state advocacy page.