Expanding School Choice to All 50 States.

Expanding School Choice to All 50 States.

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Every Child in America Deserves Access to a Great Education.

Our mission at Invest in Education is to guarantee that every child in America has access to a great education. We believe that expanding school choice and education freedom for America’s K-12 parents and students is the way to achieve this goal.

The Educational Choice for Children Act

What is the ECCA?

At Invest in Education, we believe now is the time for Congress to pass, and the President to sign, this important legislation. There’s no time to waste in addressing the learning loss our kids have suffered as a result of the pandemic. Read the full bill text for more information.


How Would The ECCA Work?

The ECCA provides K-12 scholarships for up to two million students across America to attend schools that best meet their educational needs as determined by their parents. Under this bill, $10 billion in federal tax credits would be available for individuals and businesses that contribute to non-profit scholarship-granting organizations. The funds could be used to pay for tuition, tutoring, special needs services, homeschooling curriculum materials, and education technology, among other eligible uses. Scholarships would be funded with private donations, not federal dollars, and donors would receive a federal tax credit. The ECCA would expand school choice and opportunity while respecting federalism, protecting religious liberty, and ensuring private school autonomy.

Why Support The ECCA?

If adopted into law, the ECCA would expand school choice for more students across all 50 states. We believe that K-12 parents should have the power to choose the best educational options for their own children. Simply put, parents should decide the education dollars assigned to their child.

U.S. House and Senate Co-Sponsors of the Educational Choice for Children Act (ECCA)

Select a state to see which Members of Congress support the ECCA as a bill co-sponsor.