The Economic Standard: How Charter Schools Could Lower Your Property Tax

In Idaho, residents are concerned with rising property taxes, pushing legislators to consider freezing them all together. Meanwhile in Greenville, North Carolina residents are worried about reappraisals that are also raising property taxes. Yet, the solution to lower property taxes should be no mystery. With 30 percent of property taxes going towards education, residents would see lower property taxes if charter schools were implemented, as they require only one-third of the cost. As homeowners across the nation are eager for lower property taxes, charter schools can provide that solution. 

You can read this op-ed at the Economic Standard.

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