How the Children's Educational Opportunity Act Works

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  • 08/07/2023
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With the Children's Educational Opportunity Act (CEO Act) parents, not bureaucrats or central planners, should choose their child's education.

The CEO Act utilizes Prop 98 funds to provide equal educational opportunities for all K-12 students, regardless of race or income.

Each year, $17,000 is deposited into the child's state-controlled Educational Savings Account (ESA).

Parents select an accredited school, and the funds are transferred directly to the school—parents never touch the money.

The CEO Act is revenue neutral, meaning no tax increase. Quality education should be accessible to all, not just the affluent.
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