Voucher Check

Voucher Check

A check with a perforated or other attachment indicating the reason for and the amount of the check. The voucher allows one to keep records of one's checks after they are deposited. This is important for balancing one's checkbook.
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If a student is admitted then later deemed to have emotional, behavioral or learning issues, the school says it may boot that student from the school but the state would allow GIA to keep its voucher check.
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To see a list of the models that are eligible for a $4,500 cash voucher check <a href="http://www.
What that means is that when it is the turn of my generation (I am 40 now) to collect Social Security and avail ourselves of Medicare, the feds will give us voucher checks with a limited amount; for example, if they give us $5,000 a year and our medical costs hit $10,000 (remember, we will be in our 60s then), then we are on our own; we must look for the money to pay the difference.
The law does give the state superintendent authority to terminate a school in the voucher program if there is an imminent threat to students; can bar participation ff a school fails to meet academic standards; and can stop paying voucher checks for other violations.
In Wisconsin, one school has improperly cashed nearly $330,000 in voucher checks, mostly for students who never attended.
Framers of the law attempted to leap over the church-state "restrictive wall" by providing voucher checks directly to parents--who could then endorse them over to religious schools.