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Lobby Biz Ideas topic #6914

Subject: "Private or public schools?" Previous topic | Next topic
ThomasLandyMon Aug-21-17 09:49 PM
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"Private or public schools?"


There are many different learning styles and to find one that fits only makes learning more fun. There are poorer areas in my city, if they had a voucher and could go to a school that better met their needs, the kids win. I see it as a way for kids that don't have the same opportunities as some of their fellow student to be on a more equal playing ground, because now money is no longer a barrier to entry. If a business is bad we let it fail. If a school can't meet the needs of the kids they teach, why can't we let it fail so that something better can come up in its place. I don't think that parents want to send there kids to a private school because it is private, they want to send them because they think it is a better fit. If schools have to compete everyone wins. - only best is here!


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