Skip to comments.N.J. Should Pay for Kids to Switch Schools over 'Harmful' Curriculum, Lawmaker Says
Posted on 02/16/2020 10:52:49 AM PST by CheshireTheCat
A New Jersey lawmaker wants the state to pay to send students to private school if their parents are offended by what they are learning. And the plan is already being ripped as an attack on New Jerseys requirement for an LGBTQ-inclusive curriculum.
State Assemblyman Robert Auth, R-Bergen, proposed the school voucher bill this week, saying all parents should have the option to spare their children from harmful curriculum.
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Homeschooling or a private school which will not push the gay agenda 24/7 are choices.
These school systems cant agree on a curriculum. Every year they spend millions on a new curriculum and all the teacher training. I think a paid choice would be a welcome change.
I live in NJ. Wife started homeschooling 2 years ago. Best move ever.
You will be indoctrinated!!
Statewide vouchers, now
School Choice BUMP!!!
New Jersey needs to go to an Obamacare-style “Marketplace” for K-12 education provision.
Maybe but far from everyone can do it so it’s by no means the answer to this problem.
Now instead of fighting to change what liberal freak have wrought, we run and hide like b.tches.
That usually ends well.
As a public school teacher I agree.
Charter school and special schools are also being infected by those who are against with children that do not belong in this environment all, children with disciplinary problems, mental problems and need to be medicated and supervised.
Bergen County still has “Blue Laws” - retailers closed on Sundays. Conservative by NJ standards; a lot of taxes paid there, and no really dangerous urban dumps (like Newark or Jersey City).
Bergen is not exactly one of the more conservative areas of NJ >>
It used to be.
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