Arizona’s private-school tuition tax-credit law came into effect in 1997 under House Bill 2074. The legislation would provide scholarships for kids to pursue their education dreams in private schools.
Individuals and corporations can donate money to help parents pay for private-school tuition. Donors receive dollar-for-dollar credit against their income-tax bills. The donations are collected and distributed as scholarships by non-profit organizations called school-tuition organizations, or STOs. Read more