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Should Privately Funded Religious Schools be Accredited?

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Started: 1/14/2016 Category: Education
Updated: 1 year ago Status: Post Voting Period
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bman7720

Con

The first round will be acceptance, definitions, and any other introductory information.
The rest will follow as arguments and counters, if participant so wishes to counter.

-Definitions-
Accredited: Officially authorized or recognize
Religious School: Any school that endorses a singular religion. i.e. Catholic schools.

I will argue that privately funded religious schools should not be accredited in the USA.
BetteMidler

Pro

I will be arguing that religious schools should have the ability to become accredited based on the same criteria that a non-religious school would receive.
Debate Round No. 1
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Debate Round No. 5
10 comments have been posted on this debate. Showing 1 through 10 records.
Posted by Briannj17 1 year ago
Briannj17
There you go,
Now we know,
The sources used,
No longer abused.
Posted by bman7720 1 year ago
bman7720
Sun, it'd be the equivalent of an unaccredited college. Credits would not be valid.
Posted by Sunfire315 1 year ago
Sunfire315
would that mean that any education there would be considered invalid?
Posted by Briannj17 1 year ago
Briannj17
The definitions are they yours?
For I do not see a source,
It is a thing you might need,
In competing against me.
Posted by Briannj17 1 year ago
Briannj17
Religious schools have an objective,
What they teach is very effective,
In teaching the kids what they need to know,
About fighting against our ever present foe.
Posted by bman7720 1 year ago
bman7720
Brian, because religious schools tend to have a bias and it's unfair to the students.
Posted by Briannj17 1 year ago
Briannj17
Why make such a condescending debate?
Religious schools don't have a fate,
For religion is what spreads us apart,
From the things lurking in the dark.
Posted by bman7720 1 year ago
bman7720
No
Posted by tstor 1 year ago
tstor
Is this debate specific to colleges and universities?
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