Schools Albany Refuses to Help

Posted on June 18, 2014 In No categories

By Jeff Leb

June 17, 2014

In answer to an unprecedented advocacy effort that included thousands of schoolchildren, hundreds of union members and groups that represented hundreds of non-public schools, state leaders gave assurances that the Education Investment Tax Credit would be included in the state budget approved at the end of March.

Yet somehow a program that could single-handedly create millions of dollars for scholarships to nonpublic schools got left behind on the cutting-room floor.

Like so many Catholic schools, Jewish schools are struggling to stay solvent.

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