fees, err let the program expand campaign has really for lack of better words
stepped up. At first it was their six figured executives writing letters to the
editor but they have now turned to parents to do their dirty work for them.
Union and almost the first thing she complains about is budgets have been
legislature in Tallahassee, filled with voucher proponents and pubic school
detractors who fund our schools. If Washington is upset that budget cuts have
led to a reduction of services she should be upset at the very people she talks
so highly about.
Teacher Association is against the expansion of vouchers as are people who are for
the separation of church and state, which vouchers obliterate. Likewise are scientists who believe the replacement of actual science with the junk science
of creationism is totally unacceptable.
vouchers so more poor students can receive them but that’s not true. If Step up
for Students has their way they now want to give scholarships to families
earning a little over sixty thousand dollars. Then she is totally wrong about
the assessment piece too. The tests they take are very different so there is not an
also a result of the supporters of vouchers gutting the class size amendment.
Once again she complains about the problems that the supporters of vouchers
created while demanding her voucher.
active parent. I really can but at the same time the public should not
subsidize her choice to leave pubic schools especially when the siphoning away
of resources exacerbate the problems she sites as reasons she left.
I have a message for the parents who are taking vouchers. If
you don’t like the problems in public schools find out where they came from and
who caused them and then point your outrage in their direction. You will be
pointing towards Tallahassee not towards your local public school. Furthermore instead of demanding the public
subsidize your choice, let me suggest you demand the powers-that-be fix the
problems, many of which they created in the first place. That way everybody benefits.