Agudath Israel of America welcomes the recent ruling upholding Georgia’s scholarship tax credit program. In a 19-page decision, Fulton County Superior Court Judge Kimberley M. Esmond Adams ruled that the plaintiffs did not have standing to bring a constitutional claim against the tax credit program because “tax credits are not government funds”. Georgia’s Education Tax Credit Program provides $58 million in tax credits for donors who contribute to scholarship organizations. More than 13,000 students are currently served by the program. Agudath Israel and its allies are working to raise the tax credit cap and to find other ways to help families attend the private school of their choice.