Education

January 16, 2016 4:07 PM

Report: Some Kansas students taking advantage of tax-credit scholarship program

Program pays up to $8,000 a year toward private-school tuition

No way to know who has donated toward scholarships

Wichita’s Urban Preparatory Academy seeing benefits

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