Expanded education voucher pays for theme park tickets, big-screen TVs, paddleboards and more

Gov. Ron DeSantis might have an epic war with Disney World, but admission to any Florida theme park is among the expenses that parents can get reimbursed through the state’s school voucher program.

The Tampa Bay Times published a report on the expanded list of expenses that followed the passage of legislation that has ballooned the number of families applying for the voucher that pays about $8,000 per student for those who choose not to attend public school.

The money can go to private school tuition and, for homeschoolers and for those attending schools that cost less than what the state

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