A school voucher is a certificate of government funding that students can use to pay for the school of their choice. Students are given the vouchers and can use them to pay for non-public school systems including private schools, home schools and charter schools Proponents argue that the vouchers will create a better education system by promoting competition between schools. Opponents argue that the voucher system removes funds from public schools and redirects it toward private institutions.
YES, should also have a transportation voucher/per diem offered. the student inside the school district should have first choice before outside students. families that have students attend private schools do not get any money toward education that they otherwise pay for with their local and state taxes. the private school is generally higher than what the state gives the school, then they would have to pay difference.
I’m originally from Texas. The public schools are so bad we put our daughter in private school. That was my choice and doesn’t free me from my civic duty of paying for public education for all children. No, I shouldn’t have gotten a voucher.
yes, but have entry exam and qualifications for all students and provide equal advantages for students of all backgrounds there has to be diversity in every way for Americans to learn to function together as a society and part of it begins in the school system don't put students at a disadvantage by surrounding them with only one demographic
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