England's private schools risk losing nonprofit status

12/17/2008 | Guardian (London), The

England's private schools must offer tuition assistance for underprivileged students, create partnerships with public schools and open their facilities to all, or risk losing their nonprofit status. The Charity Commission issued the order, and officials said private schools will have to "benefit the public" in order to keep their charitable status, which makes them eligible for about £100 million in tax breaks annually.

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