The problem with the concept of “school choice” as most people envision it is that public schools do not operate on a compelled tuition basis, but on a compelled public service basis.
As an individual, I do not pay property taxes in lieu of tuition to the public schools. Rather, I pay property taxes to maintain a public service that I may or may never use. The same as the fire department and police.
I have paid property taxes since I have owned a home, which is pretty much my entire adult life. Including the period before kids, the period with kids and the period after kids. I will pay such taxes until I kick over dead.
I choose to home school, but I did so at my own personal expense, never asking for government money and never receiving government money. During that time, I continued to pay property taxes, thus paying into the public school system.
Declining to use the public schools did not and does not relieve me of my obligation to pay for them, any more than my never having a fire relieves me of my obligation to pay for the fire department.
If public schools were funded on a pure tuition model, the school choice argument might make sense. But they are not. They are funded out of general tax revenues applicable to everybody.
I DO believe in school choice and EXERCISED that choice in favor of home schooling. However, it is the individuals pure burden to FULLY FUND their own choice.