Reports on the Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children (ECENC) Program

The South Carolina Education Oversight Committee, working with the South Carolina Revenue and Fiscal Affairs Office, through a secure portal, collected individual student assessment data from schools that participated in the Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children program in the 2017-18 school year. The following report outlines the English Language Art and Mathematic assessment year-end test administration and score validation procedures implemented by Camperdown Academy and Trident Academy.

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    Report on the Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children (ECENC) Program FY 2022-23
    (2024-06) May, Jenny; South Carolina Education Oversight Committee
    This report is the sixth annual report on the impact of the Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children (ECENC) program as required by Act 247 of 2018. The ECENC program provides grants and parental tax credits to students with exceptional needs attending private schools that meet specific eligibility requirements for approval by the Education Oversight Committee (EOC). Exceptional SC is a 501 (c) (3) that raises and accepts funds and reviews student grant applications for an ECENC grant. This evaluation was prepared using information and data from the state fiscal year 2021-22 and utilizes information prepared by the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) and Exceptional SC.
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    Application process for school eligibility Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children Program school year 2024-25
    (2024-01-12) South Carolina Education Oversight Committee
    Annually by March 1, the Education Oversight Committee is required to publish on its website a list of schools that desire to participate in the Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children program and that meet the statutory requirements for participation. Additional information concerning the documents that must be submitted by schools participating in the ECENC program is given here.
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    Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children (ECENC) Program report : FY 21-22
    (2023-05) South Carolina Education Oversight Committee; May, Jenny
    The ECENC program provides grants and parental tax credits to exceptional needs students attending private schools that meet specific eligibility requirements and that are approved by the Education Oversight Committee (EOC). Exceptional SC is a 501(c)(3) that raises and accepts funds and reviews student grant applications. The law defines qualifying students and eligible schools for participation in the ECENC program.
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    Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children (ECENC) Program report : FY 20-21
    (South Carolina State Library, 2022-05-16) South Carolina Education Oversight Committee; May, Jenny
    The ECENC program provides grants and parental tax credits to exceptional needs students attending private schools that meet specific eligibility requirements and that are approved by the Education Oversight Committee (EOC). Exceptional SC is a 501(c)(3) that raises and accepts funds and reviews student grant applications. The law defines qualifying students and eligible schools for participation in the ECENC program.
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    Report on the Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children (ECENC) Program compliance and assessment results for 2019-20
    (South Carolina State Library, 2021-03-15) South Carolina Education Oversight Committee
    This report is the first annual report on the impact of the Educational Credit for Exceptional Needs Children (ECENC) program as required by Act 247 of 2018. The ECENC program provides grants and parental tax credits to exceptional needs students attending private schools that meet specific eligibility requirements and that are approved by the Education Oversight Committee (EOC). Exceptional SC is a 501(c)(3) that raises and accepts funds and reviews student grant applications. The law defines qualifying students and eligible schools for participation in the ECENC program.