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It's time to think differently about K-12 education. The money we put into K-12 doesn’t belong to any bureaucrat or system – it belongs to your child’s education. That means you should get some say as to how it’s spent. Every state does it differently, but the Mountain States are behind the times when it comes to providing your family with more options.

Education choice is the belief that you know what’s best for your child, not government bureaucrats.

There are many kinds of education choice - including your very own public school. Some families specifically move to one area – or another – based on the quality of schools. This is a form of education choice. But it's an option not available to everyone.


Education choice can also include a private school, a charter school, a home school, tutoring or any other learning environment that you think will be best for your child. Education choice might even mean giving you more flexibility to get your child the extra help they need, outside the classroom, all the while supplementing what your child receives in the typical K-12 setting. The money doesn't belong to the adults, it belongs to the child's education.


Education choice is not unique, and it's not new. In fact, dozens of states offer various forms of education choice programs.

The benefits of education choice have been made clear in numerous studies. 

Unfortunately, there are many myths regarding education choice and the impact it will and won't have on your child and local schools. Here are the top six.

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