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    House Bill 1003 Slidecast House Bill 1003 Slidecast Presentation Transcript

    • House Bill 1003Private School Vouchers & Non-Public School Tax Deductions
    • Non-Public School Vouchers
      This law provides opportunities for parents who meet income requirements to receive vouchers to send their children to private, religious or for-profit schools.
      Funding for these vouchers comes directly from current K-12 school funding.
      During the first two years of the program, limits have been placed on the number of vouchers: 7,500 in 2012 and 15,000 in 2013. There are no limits after 2013.
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    • Student Eligibility
      • This program is available to families with an annual income 150 percent free-and-reduced lunch. (A family of four with a maximum annual income of $62,500 would qualify)
      • To qualify for vouchers, students must have been enrolled in public schools for two semesters before their private school enrollment unless they already qualify for vouchers through a choice scholarship program.
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    • School Requirements
      • In order to participate in the voucher program the school must administer ISTEP to its students.
      • Participating schools may not discriminate based on race, color or national origin of students.
      • Schools must also be accredited by the IDOE or by IDOE-approved accrediting organizations.
      • There is no prohibition against private schools raising their tuition by the amount of the voucher.
      • If a school underperforms on a long-term basis, moving forward it may be prohibited from participating in the voucher program.
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    • Tax Deductions
      Parents with children in a non‐public school or home school may claim up to a $1,000-per-child deduction on their Indiana state income tax form for unreimbursed educational expenses including: textbooks, workbooks, computer software, tuition and fees.
      • No similar deductions are permitted to parents of public school students.
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    • Contact your UniServ Director if you have additional questions or would like more information:
      http://www.ista-in.org/directory2.aspx
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