“Academic and personal growth are enhanced in environments best suited to each student’s individual needs…”
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves.
If you’ve ever questioned the practicality and effectiveness of using educational tax credits here in South Carolina, give this article from The Evening Bulletin a gander. Since its implementation in 2001, Educational Improvement Tax Credit program has provided academic options to many thousands of families in Pennsylvania, and saved tax dollars in the process.
School choice works, and it will work right here in South Carolina as soon as parents can pry free of the educational chokehold that politicians and status quo educators are working overtime to maintain.
Will school choice eradicate poverty, domestic violence, and gum disease?
No, but it will give many parents the ability to send their child somewhere providing the excellent academics so lacking in South Carolina’s failing public schools.
We say that’s a good start.