a government voucher or cash grant given to a parent or guardian to be used toward paying the fees for their child to attend a private or parochial school of choice, instead of an assigned free public school: Proponents of school vouchers claim they give the city's poor improved access to quality education.She opposes school vouchers, saying they shuffle kids into private, for-profit charter schools at taxpayers’ expense.
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In the case of school vouchers their views are both repetitive and wrong.Opinion | Federal money shouldn’t go to schools that discriminate | Peter Rosenstein | July 14, 2021 | Washington Blade
The easiest way to recognize this reality is to look at the incredible number of school voucher bills being pushed across state legislatures just this year.Former lobbyist details how privatizers are trying to end public education | Valerie Strauss | April 16, 2021 | Washington Post
Reformers suggested charter schools and even private school vouchers might solve entrenched problems.What Cindy Marten’s Rise Tells Us About the State of Education Politics | Will Huntsberry | February 16, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
House Bill 2068 and Senate Bill 61 are allegedly designed to expand school vouchers in the state via a tax credit program.Betsy DeVos is gone — but ‘DeVosism’ sure isn’t. Look at what Florida, New Hampshire and other states are doing. | Valerie Strauss | February 5, 2021 | Washington Post