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  • If people want to go to a better school, they should be able to.

    Everyone has an equal opportunity to go to a private or public school, so the better school should not be punished for getting the better kids. There are things that public schools could do to attract more kids, but they need to push for those things. Vouchers work as "scholarships" therefore, if you want a better education you should be able to go where ever you want to.

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  • Vouchers can give the next generation a better start!

    The vouchers help the school systems in two ways; creates competition, and private school families don't have to pay for both. First, with competition, the public schools will get up from where their sitting, and do a better job then just pouring political opinions into the minds of our young ones. Second, with the vouchers, private school families don't have to pay for both public and private schools to get a good education for their children, so the public school isn't hording money from every person, only the people who send their children to the school, making it a lot better for other families.

  • Vouchers can give the next generation a better start!

    The vouchers help the school systems in two ways; creates competition, and private school families don't have to pay for both. First, with competition, the public schools will get up from where their sitting, and do a better job then just pouring political opinions into the minds of our young ones. Second, with the vouchers, private school families don't have to pay for both public and private schools to get a good education for their children, so the public school isn't hording money from every person, only the people who send their children to the school, making it a lot better for other families.

  • Vouchers can give the next generation a better start!

    The vouchers help the school systems in two ways; creates competition, and private school families don't have to pay for both. First, with competition, the public schools will get up from where their sitting, and do a better job then just pouring political opinions into the minds of our young ones. Second, with the vouchers, private school families don't have to pay for both public and private schools to get a good education for their children, so the public school isn't hording money from every person, only the people who send their children to the school, making it a lot better for other families.

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  • Why am I paying for peoples kids to go to private school?

    I don't have kids of my own so I don't believe I should be funding for people's children to go to a more private school type of schooling when they aren't even paying for it themselves. I don't think this is what America's tax dollars needs to be going to when we have exceeded 18 trillion dollars in debt.

  • Stop public schools from getting better

    Since the vouchers are taking away the money that would normally go to the public schools they can't get any better. The public schools need money for the books and the teachers and since there are more students going to public schools they need more money for all the material that they need to teach the kids what they need.

  • Stop public schools from getting better

    Since the vouchers are taking away the money that would normally go to the public schools they can't get any better. The public schools need money for the books and the teachers and since there are more students going to public schools they need more money for all the material that they need to teach the kids what they need.

  • Vouchers don't work and hurt public schools

    There are several problems with the voucher system.

    First, vouchers don't cover all the costs of private schooling. Lower income families have stated other costs as reason for not using the vouchers. Furthermore, private schools are selective about their students. They can turn down any students on the basis of religion, or their grades or economic status.

    Vouchers are just another way for rich families to find a way to get the public to pay for their kids to go to private schools.

    Vouchers take money away from public schools (which are accountable to the public), and give it to private institutions (which are not accountable to the public, and often discriminate on the basis of religion)

    Many private schools are also religious schools, and therefore public money would be going to religious institutions with the voucher program.

    On top of all of this, no improvement of grades was shown in areas that have used the voucher system.

    To make things worse, many fraudulent schools pop up to get money from the voucher system.

    Vouchers are a bad idea. They take money from our public schools , which only makes our school system worse.

    The idea that Vouchers give you a 'choice' is nothing but an illusion. The only argument for vouchers is that people pay taxes for education, and then also pay for schooling -- but everyone pays for schooling even if they don't have kids. So that argument doesn't really hold much water either.

  • Misconception that vouchers are available to all students.

    Student eligibility requirements vary between states. Low-income students that meet a specified income threshold, students attending chronically low performing schools, students with disabilities or IEP's, or students in military families or foster care.

    Also shifting a handful of students from a public school into private schools will not decrease what the public school must pay for teachers and facilities, but funding for those costs will decrease as students leave.

    In addition, vouchers create competition for FUNDING not students so let's not kid ourselves on that one. Private schools typically are not in the business of catering to lower income, IEP, or students with disabilities so finding enough private schools who are willing to participate in the voucher program may not be enough to meet the needs of all our voucher families.

  • Citizens without children cannot withdraw their tax money from schools, why should we let parents?

    This would create an a la carte form of funding government could never work. No one would ever consider letting me withdraw my tax dollars from the military. Why allow this? Everyone benefits from public education. Furthermore, private schools have never been able to compete with public schools. It is a common assumption that they can. So if the trend is to take money out of failing schools it makes no sense to invest in private education. Lastly, we should not use public money to invest in private enterprises.

  • Violates the US Constitution

    The First Amendment of the US Constitution, which houses the Establishment Clause, clearly states that church and state must not be connected or be affiliated in any way what so ever. The Sixth Section of the Indiana State Constitution states almost the same thing. This is why vouchers are bad, because they violate our rights made by our founding fathers.

  • Education Vouchers: America's way of saying we have given up on our education system

    The public education system in the United States clearly needs some help, yet many politicians are ignoring this systems cry. Their answer is to just abandon public education all together. Every child in this nation deserves an education, and every single public school in this country should be able to provide that. Don't stop believing, never give up is what we teach our children, so lets live by this motto ourselves.


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