Thank you for the explanation.When you take in open enrollment students you do not receive any local tax dollars (property, sales, etc.) from the districts the students are coming from. You receive the state tax money that follows that given student.
There is an enormous difference between state taxes following a student to a different public school district as compared to a private institution via a voucher.
Are you able to provide an example of where the $$$ comes from for an open enrollment student vs a voucher student in actual dollars? I am not sure if I am asking for something that is impossible or not. Not meaning it as a smart as request, really just want to understand.
I personally view all taxes as the same. Don't care it they are fed, state, local. At the end of the day it is money taken out of my paycheck/bank account.