Demand for corp. scholarship tax credits exceeds resources

HANDS-ON LEARNING: Dan Corley, head of Community Preparatory School, watches as third-grader Kairi Costa plays a math-based computer game. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
HANDS-ON LEARNING: Dan Corley, head of Community Preparatory School, watches as third-grader Kairi Costa plays a math-based computer game. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Ten years after its creation, the Rhode Island corporate scholarship tax credit program continues to attract more interest from would-be donors than it can match in state contributions. The program, which provides tax credits to companies that contribute donations to scholarship organizations, annually provides up to $1.5 million toward private or parochial school scholarships for…

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