Lisa Kelly at 2014 GPPF Annual Dinner.By Mike Klein
By Mike Klein
The word is out: Georgia should expand its incredibly successful but seriously underfunded tax credit scholarship program that enables parents to select a private school education for their kids, in part funded by Georgians who contribute tax dollars to support educational choice.
Unfortunately, too few Georgia parents have choice because the program is capped at $58 million. Applications for next year credits hit the limit in January. An effort to increase the tax cap limit fizzled in this year’s Legislature.
“I work in an area that is all about opportunity and attainment of the American Dream,” says Lisa Kelly, co-founder and President of the Georgia GOAL Scholarship Program.…