Education Tax Credit Scholarships, Part III

We continue our discussion of Education Tax Credit Scholarships (Part I, Part II) with a review of “The Public Education Tax Credit” December 5, 2007 by Adam B. Schaeffer, Cato Institute. This study begins with a detailed analysis of the two most powerful kinds of...

Education Tax Credit Scholarships, Part II

We continue our discussion of Education Tax Credit Scholarships.  Part I is available to read Here.  We continue reviewing “Toward Market Education:  Are Vouchers or Tax Credits the Better Path?” February 23, 2001 by Andrew J. Coulson with the Cato Institute: In most...

Education Tax Credit Scholarships

Previously we wrote about Education Savings Accounts (ESA) in “Better Than Vouchers” (Here).  ESAs offer families the greatest flexibility in utilizing multiple outlets for education services, whereas a voucher must be given in total to one education provider.  Also,...

Expanding Choice through Tax Credits

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LILtVZ3Up9w[/youtube] In “How To Avoid Defaulting On Public Schools” by Adam Shaefer 02/07/2011 he points out: Nine states have begun using education tax credits to encourage more private spending in lieu of government funds we...

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