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Step up for Students bad week continues

Fresh off the revelation that paying off legislators is part of their official strategy and their wait list which they were using to justify an expansion of vouchers was mostly smoke and mirrors their week just got worse.

Assigning more resources to disabled children has been a big theme this legislative session and the house’s plan was centered around sending more money to Step up for Students.  The senate a more reasonable bunch, which has to be aware of the revelations about Step up for Students, stepped on the brakes.

From ReDefined ED:  The (senates) bill would allow the Agency for Persons with Disabilities to set up a pilot program during the program’s first year. The agency would be tasked with developing “individual learning services plans” based on the students’ needs.

The changes also place the House and Senate’s respective school choice plans further apart. The House legislation would create education savings accounts managed by scholarship funding organizations, possibly including Step Up for Students, which co-hosts this blog. The House’s school choice proposals have also been merged, combining individual student accounts with legislation to strengthen and expand tax credit scholarships.


The more Step up for Students dealings come to light the worse things will get for them.

Agency for Persons with Disabilities
Agency for Persons with Disabilities
Step up for Students bad week continues
Fresh off the revelation that paying off legislators is part of their official strategy and their wait list which they were using to justify an expansion of vouchers was mostly smoke and mirrors their week just got worse.
Assigning more resources to disabled children has been a big theme this legislative session and the house’s plan was centered around sending more money to Step up for Students.  The senate a more reasonable bunch, which has to be aware of the revelations about Step up for Students, stepped on the brakes.
From ReDefined ED:  The (senates) bill would allow the Agency for Persons with Disabilities to set up a pilot program during the program’s first year. The agency would be tasked with developing “individual learning services plans” based on the students’ needs.
The changes also place the House and Senate’s respective school choice plans further apart. The House legislation would create education savings accounts managed by scholarship funding organizations, possibly including Step Up for Students, which co-hosts this blog. The House’s school choice proposals have also been merged, combining individual student accounts with legislation to strengthen and expand tax credit scholarships.


The more Step up for Students dealings come to light the worse things will get for them.

Step up for Students bad week continues
Fresh off the revelation that paying off legislators is part of their official strategy and their wait list which they were using to justify an expansion of vouchers was mostly smoke and mirrors their week just got worse.
Assigning more resources to disabled children has been a big theme this legislative session and the house’s plan was centered around sending more money to Step up for Students.  The senate a more reasonable bunch, which has to be aware of the revelations about Step up for Students, stepped on the brakes.
From ReDefined ED:  The (senates) bill would allow the Agency for Persons with Disabilities to set up a pilot program during the program’s first year. The agency would be tasked with developing “individual learning services plans” based on the students’ needs.
The changes also place the House and Senate’s respective school choice plans further apart. The House legislation would create education savings accounts managed by scholarship funding organizations, possibly including Step Up for Students, which co-hosts this blog. The House’s school choice proposals have also been merged, combining individual student accounts with legislation to strengthen and expand tax credit scholarships.


The more Step up for Students dealings come to light the worse things will get for them.

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