Vermont Families Could Receive Financial Assistance to Afford Private Education - Liberty Justice Center

Vermont Families Could Receive Financial Assistance to Afford Private Education

Vermont’s Town Tuitioning Program is the country’s oldest school choice program. It was created in 1869 to provide educational options to Vermonters in rural areas. The program allows students from towns without a public school to use the public funds to attend any public or private, secular school in Vermont or outside of the state.

Currently, about 4% of Vermont students live in a town with no public school and are eligible for the program.

However, we firmly believe that every Vermont student should have access to the same education benefits and the right to pursue an education that fits their learning needs.

Attorneys at the Liberty Justice Center, a national Supreme Court-winning law firm, are preparing legal action on behalf of families who would like to use the program.


If you have any school-aged children and you’d like to take part in this lawsuit to expand the Town Tuitioning program, please contact us using the form below.

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Who is the Liberty Justice Center? 

The Liberty Justice Center is a nonprofit law firm that provides free representation to parents and reform advocates in legal cases that expand educational freedom for families. It works to ensure every child has access to a great education and can attend a school that is the right fit for them. It regularly represents families across the country who face obstacles to exercising educational choice. The Center recently filed a brief before the U.S. Supreme Court in defense of Montana’s tax-credit scholarship program.