Quote of the DaySeptember 12, 2011There’s Fungus Among UsSeptember 14, 2011 Show all NJ School Choice — Protect the Students, Not the System By Laura Waters at September 14, 2011 Topic News Tags school choice That’s the title of my piece today in NJ Spotlight. Share Laura Waters Related postsSeptember 22, 2023Three More Districts Call Murphy’s Bluff On Parent Notification Policies–And a Federal Court Weighs InRead moreSeptember 22, 2023NJ Taxpayers Pick Up the Tab for School Leaders’ ‘Boat Checks’Read moreSeptember 22, 2023Democratic Senators: Protecting Children & Giving Parents A Voice Are Not Mutually ExclusiveRead more 1 Comment kallikak says: September 14, 2011 at 8:00 pm “It (the OSA) would establish scholarships to private and parochial schools funded by corporations that, in return, would receive tax credits. The bottom line is revenue-neutral.” How do you figure that the diversion of corporate income tax payments—which feed our general fund—into the pockets of CURRENT parochial and private school students is “revenue neutral”? Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.