NEW REPORT SAYS PRIVATE SCHOOLS SAVE THE STATE BIG

A new state study determined that private and parochial schools save the state nearly $3 billion a year. The study suggests that incentives should be provided by the state for parents to make the choice to send their child to a non-public school. The $2.7 billion that was saved is essential, with the state still on a tough financial road in the near future. Tax credits are being looked at as one area the state could provide incentive for parents to choose a non-public school.

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