Myth Busting

Responding To Claims Made By Education Choice Opponents

Myth:

Expanding school choice is too costly to the state budget

Myth:

School choice programs will not help low-income families afford tuition at non-public schools

Myth:

School choice is not targeted & would only help those already attending a non-public school

Myth:

School choice programs are unconstitutional

Myth:

Tax credits and ESAs are public funds and therefore take resources from public schools

Myth:

School choice programs will harm special education students who enroll in non-public schools

Myth:

Tax credit programs supporting school choice will harm charitable giving in Minnesota

Myth:

There is no accountability for non-public schools

Myth:

Non-public schools discriminate against students

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