Montana House passes bill expanding K-12 tax credit scholarship programs


The Montana House of Representatives recently passed House Bill 279 by House Education Committee Chairman Seth Berglee (R-Joliet) by a vote of 64-36. House Bill 279 increases the Montana Tax Credit Scholarship Program for private programs from a $150 maximum tax credit to $200,000 with a $3 million annual cap. The bill also expands the Innovative Educational Program for public schools by the same amount.

“By expanding Montana’s tax credit scholarship programs, more families will be able to access educational services that fit the individual needs of their child,” Chairman Berglee said...

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