The Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program is overseen by the state Department of Education (DOE), which issues quarterly and annual reports on enrollment and periodic reports on performance.
Financial Impact Reports
The Florida Tax Credit Scholarship for low-income students, now in the 17th year of operation, has demonstrated consistent growth and progress. The program attracts among the poorest and lowest performing students from district public schools, and yet those same students now keep pace with students of all income levels on standardized tests. We know parents rate the scholarship program with extraordinary satisfaction and it saves the state millions of dollars each year that can be put toward other educational programs.
- By the numbers
- Academic Performance
- Parental Satisfaction
- Impact on the Florida Budget
- Impact on district public schools
2017-18 School Year
100,512 scholarship students
1,807 participating schools
69 percent of schools are faith-based
63 percent of students are in grades K-5
54 percent of students in single-adult households
9.1 above poverty (average household income was $25,755)