Individualized Education Account Program
The Individualized Education Act, adopted by the Tennessee General Assembly in 2015 (Public Chapter 431), creates the Individualized Education Account Program and related accounts (IEAs) for eligible students with disabilities to use for educational purposes. The program provides options for parents and students to choose the education opportunities that best meet their unique needs through access to public education funds. As January 18, 2017, the only Memphis-area IEA participant was Madonna Learning Center.
Note: A child must have attended a Tennessee public school for at least two semesters preceding the semester in which the student receives an IEA or be enrolling in a Tennessee school for the first time.