A Connection Between State Income Taxes And Public School Enrollment Growth?

There are seven states with no tax on any personal income: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming.

According to a recently updated National Center for Education Statistics projection, the eight states expected to see the highest growth in public and charter school enrollment in the 12 years from 2015 through 2027 are: North Dakota (27%); Florida (17%); Washington (17%); Texas (15%); Nevada (14%); Alaska (13%), Utah (13%) and South Dakota (12%). That means that six of the top eight states for public school growth don’t levy an income tax.

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Shelly Jo Jacobs

Author: Shelly Jo Jacobs