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 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...3yrs3Y

No, we should focus on improving our public schools instead

 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...3yrs3Y

Yes, but I would rather privatize all education

 @9CXSYFB from Florida commented…2mos2MO

The government wastes money on all programs and agencies. They have no incentive to streamline, after all it is just OUR money. Private companies want to spend as little as possible to grow profits, so they have an incentive, and if they don't (but they will) at least it's their money to spend.

 @ProportionalCakeLibertarian from New York agreed…2mos2MO

The competition among private schools could lead them to improve their educational methods to attract more students.

 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...3yrs3Y

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 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...3yrs3Y

Yes, but only for students with exceptional athletic, academic, or service achievements

 @957QQY7 from North Carolina answered…1yr1Y

 @8QRJT3D from Ohio answered…3yrs3Y

 @98PJ2P5 from California answered…9mos9MO

No we should improve our public schools and make them free for everyone(including college).

 @8TZ7PXT from Georgia answered…2yrs2Y

Yes, but we need to improve public schools first then we can offer students vouchers they can use to attend schools of their choice

 @8SGYRDB from New Jersey answered…2yrs2Y

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

 @8SGD673 from Ohio answered…2yrs2Y

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

 @8VL7CV2 from Kentucky answered…2yrs2Y

it depends on the students income at home and if it would help them more so in school and their education.

 @8RP8P6F from Minnesota answered…3yrs3Y

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.

 @9D3RPBQfrom Guam answered…2mos2MO

 @97NSL46 from Oregon answered…11mos11MO

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

 @8XG6WZLLibertarian from Florida answered…1yr1Y

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

 @97W4BRK from North Carolina answered…11mos11MO

 @97KSZBQ from Georgia answered…11mos11MO

 @93GCYWXIndependent from Michigan answered…1yr1Y

 @8ZP76SLTranshumanist from Oregon answered…2yrs2Y

 @8TK7NDCRepublicanfrom Maine answered…2yrs2Y

 @8ST9G68 from Florida answered…2yrs2Y

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

 @9DVX2MPRepublican from Indiana answered…4wks4W

No, the government should not be involved.

 @9DRRZJZ from Alaska commented…4wks4W

While I agree that government shouldn't be involved in education we must consider the only alternative -- funding indoctrinating public schools designed to enslave ruthlessly and nefariously future generations and create an Orwellian despotism inescapable but by war. By funding private schools which will be in competition with one another, schools will become better and better whereas government monopolization of the education system has no competitive incentives for greatness. Our kids deserve better. WHile I would like a 100% privatization of all education with NO government intervention whatsoever if I had to choose between our current system and a voucher system I should not hesitate to prefer the latter. You shouldn't either.

 @9BQVCLY from California answered…5mos5MO

no i oppose vouchers, private schools are supposed to be paid to get in, vouchers just makes it a public school.

 @99CQ36TIndependent from Florida answered…7mos7MO

Yes, but mainly for students with exceptional athletic, academic, or service achievements

 @98DS7W8 from Illinois answered…10mos10MO

 @98BTLMM from Oklahoma answered…10mos10MO

 @9BQXYKM from Pennsylvania answered…5mos5MO

depends- there are private schools AND private alternative schools (New Hope Academy).
when i was granted the opportunity to go to this private alternative school, it changed my entire life. I felt proud. i felt capable. understand. my GPA raised from a 2.4 to a 3.8 .. i think the therapeutic environment is important for placing certain students

 @96HXCJC from Pennsylvania answered…5mos5MO

 @9873DQ2 from Iowa answered…5mos5MO

No, but give vouchers for transportation to allow kids to attend public schools not in city limits.

 @9BMJW65Socialist from Utah answered…5mos5MO

 @9BMCYRJ from Iowa answered…5mos5MO

 @9BMCT2G from Virginia answered…5mos5MO

Yes, but for low-income students who have exceptional athletic, academic or service achievements who otherwise wouldn't get the chance

 @9BJVQCMIndependent from Texas answered…5mos5MO

I think in the mean time vouchers can be offered to low income families, but in the long run, we should also be focusing on improving our public schools.

 @9BGX5HC from Mississippi answered…5mos5MO

No, we should increase scholarship opportunities so the intellectually gifted students can have a fair chance at a better K-12 education.

 @9BG6VJB from New York answered…5mos5MO

Yes, but only for students with good academic, athletic, or services achievements. Also, improve public schools too.


 @97Q44CN from Louisiana answered…11mos11MO

 @95LCGPT from North Carolina answered…1yr1Y

 @8WXX55XIndependentfrom Guam answered…2yrs2Y

Yes, parents should decide where their children attend for those who can't afford it, temporarily while improving our public schools.


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