The education savings account has helped our son by being able to cover co-pays for speech therapy, occupational therapy, and possibly ABA therapy. It will also be able to cover swim lessons through providers that are ESA certified. My son currently goes to Riggs Elementary. He attends priority preschool there. Since he has been there, he has shown leaps and bounds of progress. His social interaction has gotten better. He is four years old and is now reading!!
Every child is different, every child has their certain strengths, they also have things that they need to work on (as do adults/everyone). I think being able to choose a school that works best for your child will help them thrive in the long run. The steps we take now help set our kids up for success in the future. I think the education system is certainly a privilege. Getting to choose a school for our child is an added bonus to that privilege.