Education secretary pick Betsy DeVos says parents must be able to send their children to alternatives to public schools if those schools are failing

Education secretary pick Betsy DeVos says parents must be able to send their children to alternatives to public schools if those schools are failing

Associated Press – WASHINGTON (AP) — Education secretary pick Betsy DeVos said Tuesday that American parents must be able to send their children to high-quality schools, including charte…

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  1. Pardon me, but when the public school system is failing, which it is actually, why not repair it so it does not fail the pupils?

    Isn’t it the responsibility of the government to repair that what is wrong, failing, not-working?
    Public schools are financed by tax-payers money, and tax-payers money is the money that the government must spend on matters that are in the public interest, and were no one will dispute that education is one of the most fundamental matters that make people successful in life, the tax-payers money must go to the institutions that educate people, young people!

    Private schools are for the rich, the wealthy, the ones who can afford it, normal tax-payers can not afford private schools!
    The people who claim to have voted for the Pelect are opposed (or so they claim) to have elite ruling the land, the country, so why are they accepting that the elite is pulling money from the Public Schools and put it in private schools, creating more elite!

    Tax-payers money belongs with the Public Schools, not be abused to subsidize elite private schools!
    My opinion!

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