Lee’s plan seeks to eliminate income requirements and change who could benefit.
The pullout is the latest setback for efforts to overturn the controversial state law.
Grades will be released in December. Revised criteria mark a big change of course under a new leader.
The comments from Miguel Cardona highlight how the Pennsylvania governor’s support for private school choice puts him at odds with many Democrats.
Her book discusses the racial history of school vouchers, the more progressive arguments for school choice, the rise of charter schools, and choice advocates’ recent focus on culture war issues.
Pennsylvania’s spending for education in the state budget is still in limbo amid partisan disputes.
The state’s first choice dropped out after contract negotiations broke down.
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Pennsylvania House Democrats’ refusal to pass a budget bill with a school voucher program halted negotiations but Shapiro vowed to line-item veto the voucher program when a budget bill hits his desk.
Pennsylvania already has two statewide private school choice programs. But if enacted, the Lifeline Scholarship Program would be the first such program funded directly by the state.
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Multiple Republican-led states have created or expanded private school choice this year.
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After Senate balks, House agrees to limit expansion to Chattanooga-based Hamilton County Schools.
GOP lawmakers move quickly to expand Gov. Bill Lee’s education savings account program.
Board members acknowledged the larger issue would likely be settled by the Supreme Court, with implications for the separation of church and state.
A proposal to take vouchers statewide is also on the table, but unlikely to get a vote this year.