Study: Arizona School Tax Credits Not Achieving Aim

A four-year-old program intended to give tax breaks to residents for the education of poor children instead has benefited wealthier districts, an Arizona State University study has found. Proponents say the program has saved the state money and has forced public schools to improve by fostering competition.

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