Voucher Schemes are WRONG for Kansas 

Voucher schemes threaten the Kansas public education system and go against our core principles of fairness and equality.

Voucher programs use taxpayer dollars to subsidize private school tuition for wealthy families while draining much-needed funding from public schools. This means that our tax dollars would go toward the education of affluent families while leaving lower-income and rural students behind.

If voucher programs were approved, it would take away hundreds of millions of dollars from Kansas’ public schools, leading to larger class sizes, fewer resources, and a decline in the quality of education for all students. As a result, it would be harder for lower-income students to succeed, perpetuating existing inequalities in our education system.

We believe quality education should be a right for all, not a privilege for a select few. 

Let’s work together to ensure every child has access to quality education, regardless of background or financial circumstances.