House bill 1615
Provide school choice
House Bill 1615 would establish the Students First Program that funds education savings accounts for students whose needs are not being met in the public school system. The program targets students who are low-income or are located in failing schools, and students eligible for special education would qualify for even greater support.
Rep. Carolyn Eslick introduces ‘Students First’ program to empower parents, improve students’ educational outcomes
On Thursday, State Rep. Carolyn Eslick, R-Sultan, introduced a bill that would allow parents to use their share of state education funds for private or home-based education. House Bill 1615 would…
State Rep. Carolyn Eslick testified in the House Education Committee today in favor of House Bill 1615, her Students First program that would establish education savings accounts (ESAs) to allow parents to use their share of state education funds for private or home-based education.