According to the September 2015 47th Annual PDK/Gallup Poll of the Public’s Attitudes toward the Public Schools, only 31% of Americans favor allowing vouchers to be used to pay for private and religious schools. Numerous other polls show higher ratios supporting use of vouchers, particularly for low-income students in failing schools, for whom many existing voucher programs were initially designed. Currently, 14 states have voucher programs, all of which are funded by the states. Only schools in the District of Columbia use federal funds for voucher programs. Regardless of whether you support or oppose the use of vouchers, with the advent of the educational policies of Betsy DeVos and a Trump administration, we are rapidly and inexorably slouching toward the use of public funds to pay for private and religious schools through the use of vouchers.