Benefits to Children Families and California

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  • 08/07/2023
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Parents, not government bureaucrats or central planners, should decide the best educational fit for their child.

The CEO Act, using voter approved Proposition 98 funds, provides the opportunity for all children, Kindergarten to 12th grade, to receive a quality education regardless of their race or family income. Prop 98 funds places $17,000 annually into the child’s state controlled Educational Savings Account (ESA) annually. The parents select an accredited school for their child’s education. The funds are released from the ESA to the accredited school. Parents do not touch the funds.

There is no tax increase because the CEO Act is revenue neutral.

Quality education should be for all students not just those from affluent families.
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