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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...4yrs

No, we should focus on improving our public schools and increasing teacher wages instead

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@6TJWFCFfrom Minnesota  answered…2yrs

They shouldn't need to exist, the same quality of education should be available in public schools instead of needing to pay to get it in a private school.

@9643MLY from Michigan answered…12hrs

@9643LFFfrom Guam  answered…12hrs

@963TSYD from Iowa answered…23hrs

Yes, as long as rules for are schools are the same, and the playing field is level.

 @The-Progressive-… from Kentucky answered…1 day

No, and ban all private education, update the education system, end testing, ban Capitalist, Imperialist, and Religious propaganda from our schools, start school later in the day, shorten school days, reduce the number of children in each classroom and pay teachers a living wage

@962Z5PW from Oklahoma answered…2 days

I think parents should have many choices public, public charters, homeschool, public homeschool charters, private, and religious based in order to choose the best school for their kids

@962WR2C from Tennessee answered…2 days

Yes, because they provide a variety of teaching styles, but they should be supervised more closely

@962KB62 from New York answered…2 days

@96259PT from North Carolina answered…3 days

@95YWVTB from Texas answered…4 days

@95WN8GZ from California answered…6 days

No, eliminate public service unions but ensure teachers have proper protections

@95WHGNYfrom Michigan  answered…6 days

I don’t even know what that is. I googled it and it just sounds the same as a regular school, but this question makes me think there’s some controversy surrounding them that google isn’t telling me.

@95V3M33 from New Jersey answered…1wk

@95TH8R4from Florida  answered…1wk

Yes while also improving public schools and increasing teacher wages

@95TB5GM from Michigan answered…1wk

No, education should not be privatized and we should focus on improving our pu lic schools and increasing teacher wages instead.

@95T3KVN from Texas answered…1wk

They don't get as much recognition sportswise as public and private schools

@95RSJWX from Oregon answered…1wk

While nice to have that option for some kids who need an out of district education, charter schools should only be partially funded by feds, partially by local taxes. Not just fed taxes

@95RPDTRIndependent from Texas answered…1wk

I support the idea of charter schools, but they should be entirely funded by the people who send their kids there. Public funding should go towards public schools.

@95QXVBG from California answered…1wk

It depends on the way the school runs and how it is helping the students achieve their goals

@95P4NRVProgressive from Virginia answered…1wk

No, and education should not be privatized and we should focus on improving our public schools and increasing teacher wages

@95PST29 from Minnesota answered…1wk

This question needs to be qualified. Where I live in Minnesota, Charter schools are public. The issue if they are a necessity for those failed by the traditional school districts or if they only take students (and thus resources) away from the regular/traditional public district.

@95P8DLX from Pennsylvania answered…1wk

Yes, as long as they meet state education standards and have inspections from state officials.

@95P6HN4 from North Carolina answered…1wk

@95NHCLKWomen’s Equality from Utah answered…2wks

@95MVYZB from Kansas answered…2wks

I think that if a charter school is the best option for a student then that student should be able to have access to a charter school.

@95M6ZDH from Texas answered…2wks

@95LCGPT from North Carolina answered…2wks

@95KSD5P from Louisiana answered…2wks

@95J3FX2 from Utah answered…2wks

No, charter schools are private schools and should not receive any tax payer funds

@95F4FPP from Illinois answered…3wks

I think that private schools should be a little easier to pay for so everyone can get a good education if they try hard enough.

@95F3L5JReform from Alabama answered…3wks

No, education shouldn’t be privatized. EVERYONE should have equal access and opportunity to a GREAT education. Reform the public schools, raise the teachers wages, implement better support systems for special ED kids, serve better lunches, reform the way school is taught… aka. start teaching more LIFE skills instead of Algebra 1-200,000 so these kids will know how to actually survive in the world rather than spending their entire childhood and teenage years learning how to memorize things for tests instead of actually learning.

@95DRR7Z from Arizona answered…3wks

All education should be privatized. The government should have nothing to do with our children's education.

@95DFSVNfrom North Carolina  answered…3wks

@95CJ5F5from North Carolina  answered…3wks

@95CH6QQRepublican from Oklahoma answered…3wks

Yes, but make charter schools and all schools in the United States work togther

@958VTQ6 from Wisconsin answered…3wks

Yes, but private schools should be made available and more affordable and it shouldn't be about profit.

@957QQY7 from North Carolina answered…3wks


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