Helping Parents Pay for Education

Education tax credit and tax deduction programs help parents afford the education option of their choice (public, private, or homeschool). This paper explains how education tax credits and deductions work, examines constitutional issues, provides state case studies of other successful programs, and recommends that Texas lawmakers create an education tax credit scholarship program.

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From: Texas Public Policy Foundation

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NH K-12 Scholarships for Private and Homeschool

As of January 1, 2016 we became part of Children's Scholarship Fund.

Strategic business investment in education scholarships via New Hampshire's Education Tax Credit increases student achievement, reduces inequalities and assures a next generation of well-educated employees and leaders.

Our scholarship application is online now!

www.csfnewhampshire.org

Scholarships are awarded to students based on highest financial need, funds raised, and the metrics in the NH Education Tax Credit law for...

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From: networkforeducation

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Education Matters Episode 38 October 27, 2014 Kate Baker, Network for Educational Opportunity (NEO)

Kate Baker - Executive Director

Scholarships are awarded to New Hampshire students based on highest financial need, funds raised, and the metrics in the Education Tax Credit law for tuition for private school, a public school outside of the student’s district or for homeschooling expenses.

The Network for Educational Opportunity is a 501c3 nonprofit charity scholarship organization. All donations are tax deductible. In addition, you may be eligible for the NH Education Tax Credit for 85%...

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From: Education Matters

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School Choice the Solution

School choice is a term or label given to a wide array of programs offering students and their families alternatives to publicly provided schools, to which students are generally assigned by the location of their family residence. In the United States, the most common—both by number of programs and by number of participating students—school choice programs are scholarship tax credit programs, which allow individuals or corporations to receive tax credits toward their state taxes in exchange...

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From: ProfessorGee

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