Drew Perkins talks with Senior Policy Analyst at The Kentucky Center for Economic Policy, Anna Baumann, and Associate Professor of Educational Administration, Leadership, & Research at Western Kentucky University and member of the Kentucky Board of Education, Gary Houchens, about the impact of proposed legislation to allow scholarship tax credits for non-public school students.
Links & Resources Mentioned In This Episode:
- Kentucky Center for Economic Policy web site – Facebook
- EdChoice KY
- Gary’s blog on Scholarship Tax Credits
- Anna’s blog School Voucher Tax Break Proposals Further Threaten Funding for Public Education
- Critique of the methodology behind EdChoice findings that public schools save money with scholarship tax credits
- Where Does Voucher Funding Go? How Large-Scale Subsidy Programs Affect Private-School Revenue, Enrollment, and Prices
- Private School Voucher Credits Offer a Windfall to Wealthy Investors in Some States
- Dr. Gary Houchens: Achievement Effects of Scholarship Tax Credits
- The Tax-Credit Scholarship Audit
- Profiting from Educational Choice?
- A Win-Win Solution: The Empirical Evidence on School Choice
- Text of HB 134 and SB 36, Kentucky’s proposed scholarship tax credit bills
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