The richly rewarding homeschool tradition of co-op classes and activities will be severely damaged when the parents who normally volunteer to teach a low-cost class will be shunted aside for expensive ESA-funded tutors and activities. These classes will not be better than what parents are already offering. They will simply be more expensive because the government money used to pay for them allows for price inflation to fit the new paradigm. The practice of homeschool parents cooperating by pooling resources and talents to achieve a common goal will most likely either morph into a form of collective bargaining competing for ESA funds, or it will disappear altogether as an irrelevant relic of the past.