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At first, Louisiana’s public education leaders took a wait-and-see approach toward legislation that would give public money to private schools. Now they’ve seen the bills and they’re finished waiting.

Last week, several school boards adopted resolutions opposing two bills that would funnel tax dollars into “education savings accounts,” or ESAs, which parents could spend on private school tuition or other education expenses. More boards are expected this week to come out against the ESA bills, which have been introduced in the House and Senate of the state Legislature.

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