Despite revelations of rampant discrimination, Tallahassee is calling for less oversight on the states voucher programs (draft)

It is like up is down, black is white, and wrong is right in
Tallahassee. Hot on the heels of revelations about rampant discrimination,
instead of clamping down on the state’s voucher programs, Tallahassee is
looking to loosen their accountability.

So not only are they planning to expand vouchers paid for
with public money but they are looking to decrease the amount of accountability
on its number one provider. Um, you know who also gets audited? Every school
district.
Above by the way, are tweets from Politico’s Tallahassee education reporter.

Tallahassee instead of saying no to discrimination just
shrugged its shoulders and said more is fine with us. They hate public
education that much.
I just want to remind everyone once again, voucher schools are allowed to discriminate pick who they take and keep, they are outside the accountability system that
Tallahassee thinks is so important for public schools, their teachers don’t
have to have certifications, let alone degrees, the can teach whatever they
want, and many teach junk science and history, and most don’t have to even
report how they spend the money they get. Oh and the public is paying for all
that and now they want to give them even less over site.
How is any of that right? The answer is, it is not, none of
it.

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