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    government today is the issue of school vouchers. Many people are sided over this educational issue. Some wonder about the practicality of using the vouchers, while others wonder if it is defeating the purpose of the educational system. Educational vouchers can be very beneficial for both the student and even the school districts involved in the program. Many people do not realize the benefits of this program. Educational vouchers are something that many school districts need to implement due

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    the issue of school vouchers. The two sides have remained deeply entrenched in their rival positions concerning this issue. Some wonder about the practicality of using the vouchers, while others wonder if it is defeating the purpose of the educational system. Educational vouchers can be very beneficial for both the student and even the school districts involved in the program. Many people do not realize the benefits of this program. Educational vouchers are something that many school districts need

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    School Vouchers      School vouchers can be described as financial funding given to students who elect not to attend public schools. Therefore the government would not be spending money educating that student in a public school. A school voucher is the allotment of money that the government would have used for that student to attend public school. This money is then given to the family of the student to help fund the education of that student. This money cannot be used for anything other than

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    Imagine going to school and finding half of your friends are moving to different schools because they have qualified for a school voucher. It’s difficult to see them go because you have known them all your life. It’s also difficult to watch them attend the school which everyone knows in your community is known to better than the one you are currently attending. Questions are also brought up to your mind with school vouchers. Students who don’t qualify may ask themselves am I put into a disadvantage

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    be modeled after the School Choice Voucher system. School Vouchers are, as defined by dictionary.com, “a government cash grant or tax credit for parents, equal to all or part of the cost of educating their child at an elementary or secondary school of their choice” (“School voucher”). The School Voucher system essentially attaches the money, which is already allocated to education from taxes; to the child so that the money goes to whatever school the child attends. A voucher would

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    A school voucher for grades kindergarten through twelve, allows for the parents to use public fund to pay for some or all of their children’s private school tuition. These vouchers essentially, reimburse parents the amount of money that would have been spent on their child in public school. The amount of money the parent will receive for these vouchers depends upon the state one is living in. There are several arguments for and against the voucher system. One of the biggest arguments for vouchers

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    years ago, America was the leader in quantity and quality of high school diplomas. Today, our nation is ranked 36th in the world.” (Coleman, 2013) In the United States, a debate continues about how to address the issues of the education system. Some conservatives think that it is beneficial to take money away from public schools and provide students with private school vouchers so they can “choose” between private and public schools. While most liberals believe that there is no real choice and that

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    School Vouchers: Good or Bad idea? School vouchers are one of the “school choice” options available for families, some of whom do not want to send their children to public schools. Vouchers give students at public schools state-funded “opportunity scholarships” that could be used to attend any school of their choice, including private religious schools (Koch 1). Supporters of school vouchers argue that families deserve the chance to use public funds at whatever school, public or private, best serves

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    School Vouchers: Not the Solution     As standardized test scores continue to plummet and our nation falls farther behind such industrial rivals as Germany, England, Australia and Japan in comparable education, parents are questioning the current system of education. After being kicked around the national agenda for decades, the school voucher issue is finally being emphasized in several state legislatures, as well as in Congress. In the website titled "Vouchers: No, but...Taxpayer Help to

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    School choice has been a controversial issue that has several different perspectives and opinions. “School vouchers are state-or school district-funded scholarships that allow students to attend the school of the family’s choice” (School Vouchers). States that offer school vouchers include Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Utah, and Vermont (School Vouchers). President Trump and Department of Education Secretary Betsy DeVos

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