Nearly 100% of teachers buy supplies for kids. A law passed last year with bipartisan support locks in a tax deduction to help cover those expenses.
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After more than a decade of work by activists and NEA, Congress has cemented and improved the tax deduction that recognizes educators’ out-of-pocket classroom spending.
Educators overcame hyperpartisan gridlock in Congress to score major victories for students and their families.
Almost all educators spend their own money on classroom essentials. Will Congress recognize their financial sacrifice by renewing and expanding the educator tax deduction?
Congress revived the educator tax deduction for 2014, but will have to renew it again for 2015 and beyond.
The Senate is poised to revive an important tax deduction for educators who buy classroom supplies. But we can’t stop there.
Encourage your Senators to make sure the educator tax credit is renewed.
Educators pay for paper, pencils, books, and countless other supplies students need. But if Congress doesn’t act, the educator tax deduction will disappear.
Educators urge Congress to pass a spending measure that targets increases to programs such as Title I and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, and to extend the educator tax deduction.
Millions of students and tens of thousands of educators would be hit hard by funding cliff