|Student eligibility requirements|
|Arkansas||Succeed Scholarship Program|
An Individualized Education Program (IEP).
|District of Columbia||D.C. Opportunity Scholarship Program|
Students with household incomes up to 185 percent the federal poverty line or receiving assistance under the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP).
|Florida||John M. McKay Scholarship for Students with Disabilities Program|
An Individual Education Program (IEP) or a 504 accommodation plan.
|Georgia||Georgia Special Needs Scholarship Program|
An Individualized Education Program (IEP). In addition, Georgia residency for at least one year with an exemption for children of active-duty military personnel stationed in the state.
|Indiana||Choice Scholarship Program|
There are seven possible eligibility "pathways" for the state's voucher program. Students must meet at least one to participate in the program.
|Louisiana||School Choice Program for Certain Students with Exceptionalities|
Students have a qualifying disability and an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or a service plan created by the private school the student will attend that clearly identifies what services will be provided and how they meet the student's needs. This voucher program is only for students living in a parish with population of 190,000 or more.
|Louisiana||Student Scholarships for Educational Excellence|
Eligible students must have a household income of 250 percent or less of federal poverty guidelines, plus meet at least one of the following eligibility requirements:
Students residing in a school district that does not maintain a public school with the students' grade. Eligible students may attend a public school in another school district or a nearby private school.
|Maryland||Broadening Options and Opportunities for Students Today Program|
Students are eligible for free or reduced-price meal programs. Applications are ranked based on family income as a percentage of federal poverty levels.
|Mississippi||Mississippi Dyslexia Therapy Scholarship for Students with Dyslexia|
Students in grades 1-6 screened and diagnosed with dyslexia with an Individual Education Program (IEP) or 504 Plan. Eligible students may use the voucher to attend a private school or another public school with a dyslexia services program.
|Mississippi||Nate Rogers Scholarship for Students with Disabilities / Mississippi Speech-Language Therapy Scholarship for Students with Speech-Language Impairments|
Students in grades K-6 screened and diagnosed with a speech-language impairment.
|North Carolina||Opportunity Scholarship|
Students with a household income up to 133 percent of the income requirements for free or reduced-price meal programs and who meet one of the following guidelines:
|North Carolina||Special Education Scholarships for Children with Disabilities|
Students with a disability who meet one of the following criteria:
Students may use the voucher monies to attend a private school or a public school that require tuition for non-resident students.
|Ohio||Autism Scholarship Program|
Students identified as autistic by the student's resident school district and with an Individualized Education Program (IEP). Students may attend a program that implements the student's IEP either at a private school or an alternative public school program. The voucher amount may be used for tuition and to pay for other services associated with educating the student.
|Ohio||Cleveland Scholarship Program|
Students living in Cleveland. Students receive a voucher to attend a private school or to purchase tutoring services while attending public school.
|Ohio||EdChoice Expansion Program|
The expansion program includes students in specific grades with household incomes at or below 200 percent of federal poverty guidelines. Reduced voucher amounts are also available for families under 400 percent of federal poverty guidelines. In the 2016-17 school year, the program included grades K-3 and the state will add one additional grade each subsequent school year.
|Ohio||Educational Choice Scholarship Program|
Students assigned to a low-performing school. Specifically:
|Ohio||Jon Peterson Special Needs Scholarship Program|
A student with a disability identified by the school district of residence and an Individual Education Program (IEP). Students may use the voucher monies to attend a school district outside of the student's resident district, a public entity other than a school district, or a private school.
|Oklahoma||Lindsey Nicole Henry Scholarship for Students with Disabilities Program|
An Individualized Education Program (IEP).
|Utah||Carson Smith Scholarships for Students with Special Needs|
Students at least 3 years old with a qualifying disability and an Individualized Education Program (IEP). A student without an IEP may qualify if the student will attend a private school that previously served students with disabilities and an assessment team determines the student has a disability that would qualify for special education services.
Vouchers are for three years. To be extended, students must be approved by an assessment team made up of the parent, the private school teacher, special education personnel from the student's private school, and special education personnel from the student's resident school district.
Students residing in a school district that does not maintain a public elementary or high school. Eligible students may attend a public school in another school district or a private school.
|Wisconsin||Milwaukee Parental Choice Program|
Household income up to 300 percent of the federal poverty level. Students must live in the city of Milwaukee.
|Wisconsin||Racine Parental Private School Choice Program|
Students living in the city of Racine with a household income up to 300 percent of the federal poverty guidelines.
|Wisconsin||Special Needs Scholarship Program|
An Individual Education Program (IEP). In addition, eligible students must have applied for an open enrollment transfer, for reasons specific to the student's special needs, in prior school years that was denied for various reasons.
|Wisconsin||Wisconsin Parental Choice Program|
Students with a household income up to 185 percent of the federal poverty level living outside of Racine or Milwaukee. Students living outside of these two cities who participated in the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program or the Racine Parental School Choice Program during the previous school year are also eligible.