Both tax credit and voucher programs are school choice options for West Virginia. The West Virginia Supreme Court has generally interpreted its Compelled Support Clause in a parallel fashion to the First Amendment, and there is no indication in its case law that it would not apply Zelman to uphold a state voucher program.

Model Legislation: Education Savings Account, Parental Choice Scholarship Program (Universal Eligibility), Parental Choice Scholarship Program (Means-Tested Eligibility), Special Needs Scholarship Program, Foster Child Scholarship Program, Autism Scholarship, Great Schools Tax Credit Program, Family Education Tax Credit Program