The concept of school choice has broad and consistent support among Americans. Over the past seven years, roughly two-thirds of voters have favored the concept of school choice.
65% favor the concept of school choice.
79% back education freedom scholarships.
74% support school vouchers.
Parents Desire Different Options for Their Children
Currently, 83% of school-aged children attend district public schools…However, only 45% of parents in this survey indicated they would prefer to send their child to a district public school, while 55% of parents would prefer a different option.
Arguments in Favor of School Choice Are Highly Persuasive
Voters – and parents – want what is best for their children and the ability to meet each child’s individual needs and potential. One-size-fits all education doesn’t work so parents should have the choice to move their kids to a different kind of school and students should not have indefinite waits.
Do Americans favor school choice policies?
A National Survey From Beck Research & The American Federation For Children