A Senate bill proposes allowing parents to use public education funds for alternative educational expenses, from private school tuition to computer equipment. A growing number of states have adopted such measures but not without plenty of debate. We'll take a look at that discussion here, and around the country.
- Kate Baker - Executive Director of the Children's Scholarship Fund NH, a nonprofit charity scholarship organization.
- Dan Vallone - Director of Engagement, Reaching Higher NH, an organization that advocates for public schools.
- Micah Ann Wixom - Policy Analyst for Education Commission of the States.