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The Educational Savings Account (ESA) allow parents to direct funds to an accredited school of their choice. Unused ESA funds after 12th grade can be used for future educational opportunities for the rest of the child’s life. The CEO Act values parental choice, promotes access to quality education, reduces or eliminates student loan debt. It creates a more inclusive and empowering educational system for the benefit of all students and families.

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