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STOs have the power to direct more resources to students (access required)

In response to the July 17 article, “Administrative bloat? Republican lawmaker sets sights on school tax credit organizations,” we agree that Student Tuition Organizations have a responsibility to minimize administrative costs and dedicate more funds to the students we serve.

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