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@9TRKLQDConstitution from Virginia answered…7 days

No, governments shouldn’t fund private schools because that increases taxes

@9TQKKDDVeteran from California answered…1wk

@PerkiLlamaGreen from Florida answered…1wk

@Ethan-HargroveConstitution from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

Yes, but only for students with exceptional academic achievements

@9T6JT9SVeteran from Texas answered…1mo

Yes, but only as much as the State pays per student for public school from school taxes.

@9T4RPS6Republican from Wisconsin answered…1mo

@9SQ9Q7GLibertarian from Minnesota answered…2mos

If "government" means local or maybe state government then yes, children and their parents deserve to have school choice and the money should follow the student. Even if the student is home schooled.

@9SWK2QGVeteran from Illinois answered…2mos

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.

@9SV5QYNDemocrat from Oregon answered…2mos

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.

@9SK6VD8Peace and Freedomfrom Northern Mariana Islands  answered…2mos

Yes, for low income or for students with exceptional athletic, academic, or service achievements

@9RRSC4LWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…3mos

I Think that students who are seeking a voucher should show proof of past school work. Showing that they have received adequate grades and no infractions before approval.

@9RRN7DMRepublican from Texas answered…3mos

Yes, partially in agreement, I think ultimately the parents should decide where their children attend.

@9RRKDBZPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…3mos

Private schools should not be allowed so that funding can go into building up public schools available to all children no matter their background.

@9RRJYFMPeace and Freedom from Georgia answered…3mos

@9RRJKTBGreen from Georgia answered…3mos

Public schools should be funded properly to where the education and discipline is just as good as private school

@9RV8M39Socialist from Texas answered…3mos

no because the system that private schools work on is essentially not that ethical

@9RRZG6SWomen’s Equality from Georgia answered…3mos

Yes, but only if there is a service provided by the private school that is unavailable to them at their current school.

@9TWD579Republican from Texas answered…3hrs

Everyone should have the right to attend whatever school they what to regardless if its privat, public, charter, or home school.

@9TVJSSRRepublican from New Hampshire answered…1 day

I have not researched enough to make a decision on this topic

@9TVBH79Veteran from Florida answered…2 days

Yes, but only for low income families and/or students with exceptional athletic, academic, or service achievements.

@9TTPNYCVeteran from Florida answered…3 days

Yes, but only for low income families or students with exceptional athletic, academic, or service achievements but also we should focus on improving our public schools.

@9TTMDLTLibertarian from California answered…3 days

No, remove teacher unions and increase local accountability to improve schools.

@9TT7MDKConstitution from Ohio answered…3 days

No, government should not be funding that much of people's education. I do believe that school should be privatized more.

@9TSNBCXVeteran from Wisconsin answered…4 days

@9THZSFCDemocrat from New Jersey answered…2wks

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

@Destiny-McClainSocialist from Ohio answered…2wks

The education system shouldn't be a competition, just effective.

@9THF784Democrat from Ohio answered…3wks

Yes, if the parents have a good reason for wanting to send their child to private school.

@9TGVLYJConstitution from New York answered…3wks

@conservativecmdConstitution from Texas answered…3wks

The Government should not have too, we should be entitled if we wanted to attend private school

@9TF99YLLibertarianfrom Maine  answered…3wks

Yes,for low income earners only ,if you can't get money otherwise

@9TDT6D9Veteranfrom Guam  answered…3wks

@9TDJYG6Independent from California answered…3wks

Yes but only for low income or exceptionality in athleticism, academics, or service achievement

@9TD3F6NPeace and Freedom from Colorado answered…3wks

@9TCYVW6Libertarian from Colorado answered…3wks

@9TCQ2TQAmerican Solidarity from Florida answered…3wks

No, government money should not be spent on private schools

@9TBKSCWPeace and Freedom from Ohio answered…4wks

@9TBCPCLLibertarian from California answered…4wks

No, we need to focus on localizing education and making it independent from the need for government funding.

@bacampbellsoupLibertarian from Pennsylvania answered…4wks

Yes, give families the option of a tax break in order to attend a private school.

@9T9XRCHPeace and Freedom from Nebraska answered…4wks

Again this is a case by case basis it depends on what the cituation for the child is at home and the opportunities they have access to with out assistance

@9T7VGBMPeace and Freedom from North Carolina answered…1mo

I am not educated enough to provide a good answer to this subject.

@9T69XQFGreen from Ohio answered…1mo

Only for students who meet certain academic and financial criteria.


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