Tuition Tax Credit

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Tuition Tax Credit

Any direct, dollar-for-dollar reduction in one's tax liability based on tuition paid for higher education. Common examples include the Hope Tax Credit and the lifetime learning credit.
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28 address, he singled out Denisha Merriweather, who Trump said enrolled in a private school "with the help of a tax credit scholarship program." (Tuition tax credits are a type of voucher program.)
I don't object to your publication of his letter, but you did your readers a disservice by not identifying him as someone who has for decades framed much of his professional life around his public opposition to tuition tax credits or vouchers for religiously run schools.
That appears to be the case in Florida, where the Legislature's non-partisan Office of Program Policy Analysis and Government Accountablility estimates tuition tax credits will save the state $57.9 million in FY 2012-13.
Bishop Placido Rodriguez of Lubbock called for increased school choice and tuition tax credits for poor parents who want to educate their children in parochial schools.
In the speech, Obama outlined plans to double the number of college work-study slots, reduce student loan interest rates, extend college tuition tax credits and help community colleges become regional career centers.
In addition to the Title IV programs, college students and their families may qualify for financial assistance from other federal sources, such as tuition tax credits, tax-advantaged education savings accounts (including the Coverdell Education Savings Account), and grants and loans from other federal programs.
For decades, the politics of higher education have followed familiar lines: Democrats champion higher Pell Grants for needy families, tuition tax credits for the middle class, and cheaper student loans paid for by cutting banks out of the system.
Increases in Pell Grants, Federal Work Study, and tuition tax credits will help.
Kevin Welner, a professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder who specializes in small school reforms, tuition tax credits and vouchers, says 100,000 K12 students nationwide are currently having their private educations funded at least in part by neovouchers, compared to about 50,000 on regular vouchers.
At the party for advocates of nonpublic school tuition tax credits, as the author characterizes it, the honored guest [Ronald Reagan] "arrived late and left early" (190).
Content also includes coverage of: public school choice through residence relocation; district school choice without relocation; chartered, non-district public schools; targeted tuition vouchers; tuition tax credits; voucher donation tax credits; formal separation of school and state; deregulation; and, school diversification.
Though community college students arguably need more financial help than any other group of students, many federal tuition tax credits are not reaching them, according to a recent heating in front of the Senate Finance Committee.