Religious bigotry halts Tennesse school voucher plans
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April 5th, 2013 (7:50 PM). Edited April 5th, 2013 by TRIFORCE89.
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The quality of your education should not be determined by how much wealth your parents possess, nor should parents be allowed to decide what facts kids should and should not get to be exposed to.
If they receive public funding wouldn't they have to follow the same curriculum as the public schools? I think that'd be an argument for diverting funding to them. Otherwise, no deal for me.
The benefit of private schools isn't selective facts, but that some are specialized. Beyond just religious schools, there are art schools for instance. At least where I live the government is expanded into art-centric schools and other kinds of tailored schools (we're looking at "afro-centric" ones, for example). If you don't live in area where a public art school is provided, why shouldn't you be able to go to a private school?
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