Skip to comments.School choice reform movement gains more momentum
Posted on 04/29/2011 10:15:07 AM PDT by libertycause13
Momentum is building for school choice reform advocates. The latest evidence is in Oklahoma where the Oklahoma house voted to pass a massive school choice program. If the reform passes the state senate it would then be forwarded to the governor for final passage. This would be a landmark for education reform advocates and the senate and governor of the state should act steadfastly to enact this new legislation.
The Foundation for Educational Choice, formally the Friedman Foundation, has been following the reform. Check it out here...
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Teachers Unions will be unanimously against this since it is aimed at the welfare of the children as opposed to the welfare of the teachers and unions....
Competition is necessary for product improvement and service. That is why monopolies are bad. Contrary to what the government says, Competition is not evil. It is healthy.
More than school choice, let’s fight for local control over the schools.
Private schools provide local - i.e. parental - control. Government schools cannot be reformed any more than Soviet collective farms could be reformed. The model is th emistake. Our single-payer socialist government school system needs to be destroyed.
I certainly agree.
lets fight for local control over the schools.
Local Control?....Why? ....So a voting mob of your neighbors can control the political, cultural, and religious worldview of your child?
Even if school districts were the size of a suburban housing division, socialist-fund, and voter mob controlled, government schools are collectivist abomination.
You must live in Portland, Oregon!
This is NOT about parental control but rather about how parents are being used to advance the New World Order.
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