The Georgia Senate recently took an incremental step toward responsible and accountable private school choice by unanimously passing a bill that shines more sunlight on the Peach State’s embattled tax credit scholarship program. If the House concurs, then parents and taxpayers will have more information about the students and scholarship groups that participate.
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Adam Emerson is the director of program on parental choice at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute, an education policy think tank.