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How the New Tax Law Could Remake K-12 Philanthropy—And Speed Privatization of Schools

Post date: 
January 4th, 2018
Article Type: 
External News Article
Article Topic: 
Education
Article Source: 
Inside Philanthropy

Around the United States, local schools are mainly funded by state and local property taxes. In some places, especially affluent suburbs, property taxes are the main funding source for public schools. These local school levies can be extraordinarily high—over $20,000 for many homeowners in states like New York and New Jersey.

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