Parents were faced school closures this spring and uncertainty ahead this fall. Consequently, their kids' education has been impacted significantly. Parents are looking for help to get their children back on track.
Pennsylvania lawmakers are considering legislation that would empower eligible families to meet the challenges that lay ahead by providing them with $1,000 per child, which can be used for approved education expenses.
It's called Back on Track Education Scholarship Accounts and its an ESA designed to give parents more school choice.
Whether it's tutoring, tuition, curriculum, courses or more, getting our kids back on track comes with a price tag. For families that need the extra help, this will help make some of those choices a little easier.