The Mackinac Center for Public Policy has monitored the national educational choice movement for a decade and has developed an approach informed by the successes and failures of choice programs in other states as well as an understanding of Michigan politics and the economics of public choice.

To overcome the weaknesses of both vouchers and traditional tax credits, the Mackinac Center for Public Policy has developed an amendment to the Michigan Constitution which would establish the Universal Tuition Tax Credit (UTTC). When adopted, the UTTC will greatly expand quality educational opportunities for all Michigan students while reducing government expenditures for education. As discussed below, the UTTC is superior to vouchers, traditional tax credits, and other methods of expanding parental choice in education.

To overcome the weaknesses of both vouchers and traditional tax credits, the Mackinac Center for Public Policy has developed the Universal Tuition Tax Credit (UTTC).

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