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Subsidizing Private Education At Taxpayer Expense

Policies that use the tax code to subsidize private elementary and secondary education undermine public education. This policy brief demonstrates that such programs offer no educational benefits, do not save taxpayers money, are inequitable, and misallocate funding that could otherwise be directed toward proven school improvement strategies.

See NEA's policy brief Subsidizing Private Education At Taxpayer Expense (2011) (PDF, 226KB, 3pp).