For Brooklyn parents with kids in private school, tuition can become a huge burden. But is it right to give these parents who choose to place their kids in a certain school a tax break?
In the last week, New York has seen two proposals—from both sides of the aisle—to help ease the burden of paying private school tuition.
On Friday, U.S. Rep. Bob Turner, a Republican who represents parts of Brooklyn and Queens,
Earlier this week, —offering a tax credit to families or corporations who donated to charities that provide private school students with tuition funds.
With all this talk about private education, we want to know what you think.
Should private school parents, or those who donate to the charities that provide tuition, get a tax break for it? Or should private school be just that—private?
Let us know what you think. Vote in our poll below and share your thoughts in the comments.