What is the CEO Act

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  • 06/21/2024
Parents choose the best school fit for their child using Prop 98 funds approved 35 years ago by voters. $17,000 is deposited into an ESA for education costs at K to 12th grade schools.

Any unused funds in the ESA after 12th grade can be used for Trade Technical School, Community College, University, Post-Graduate School for the remainder of the child's life.

After 18 years of age, the student can transfer some or all of the unused ESA funds to a family member or donate to a school.

It is revenue neutral - no tax increase. Quality education should be accessible to all, not just the affluent
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