Yes. Taxpayers, who have one or more dependents attending grades K-12 in an "accredited" Iowa school, may take a credit for each dependent for amounts paid for tuition and textbooks in a amount not to exceed 25% of the first $1,000 paid for each dependent for tuition and textbooks.
This is a credit on Iowa state income tax return only. It does not apply to a federal income tax return. The Iowa Department of Revenue has stated that eligible expenses include, but are not limited to, driver education fees, rental (but not purchase) of musical instruments; and, football, track, soccer, and golf shoes (but not basketball shoes). Expenses for textbooks or other items for homeschooling, tutoring, or schooling outside an accredited school do not qualify for the credit.
CONSULT YOUR TAX PREPARER REGARDING YOUR INDIVIDUAL SITUATION. Iowa Code subsection 422.12(2).