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The state of Florida has found an innovative way to help ease the burden on public schools in Florida by allowing companies to dedicate 100 percent of certain tax liabilities—including the state’s insurance premium tax—to a state-approved scholarship fund program.

The measure was introduced into law in Florida in 2001 and John F. Kirtley, chairman of Step Up for Students, has led the charge since then.

Step Up for Students had a booth on the exhibit hall this year, courtesy of IASA, to spread the word about the program.

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