Aside from fully funding k-through-12th grade public education at a pre-recession level, the Georgia General Assembly also took a huge step during the 2018 session by passing House Bill 217. It expanded the decade-old successful tax credit scholarship program that serves nearly 14,000 students, while providing transparency and accountability for taxpayers.
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