NeoVouchers: the emergence of tuition tax credits for private schooling
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the structure, legality, and policy implications of tuition tax credit policies. At a time when these tax credit policies are becoming a major form of American school choice, this book offers insights into both the strengths and weakness of the approach.
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Taxes as Policy Instruments
Policy and Political Implications
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NeoVouchers: The Emergence of Tuition Tax Credits for Private Schooling
Kevin G. Welner
Limited preview - 2008
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