Education Choice & Vouchers

Whether one opposes or supports laws that allow for “choice” for where children attend school, including the use of government vouchers for charter and private schools.


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    I am all for local control of education without strings attached to the Federal Government. Parents have their liberty to teach their children and choose what is best for them. Choice is best!

    David Eldredge

    County Council,
    Heber City, Utah

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  • NEUTRAL
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    I strongly support the use of educational vouchers. Parents should be free to send their kids to either public, private or parochial schools that best serve the interest of their children by the use of vouchers.

    Sanford W Kahn

    LONG BEACH, California

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Union influence has sent California's education system into a tailspin. Money is spent inefficiently and disproportionately, causing the quality of the education our children receive to deteriorate.

    John P. Hoop

    State Assembly,
    Signal Hill, California

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Q: How are you going to pay the debt? A: In following the peacemaker, it is believed when the peacemaker died, all debts were paid in full. (Again, metaphorly and symbolically speaking) By using Term Life Insurance pledged as collateral for a note with the interest rate of 0.001% in an Estate Creation Program. Upon every individual’s death, all of their debts would be paid in full.

    Stoney Teiko Fonua

    U.S. Senate,
    Herriman, Utah

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    I support returning the amount of money parents would spend on public schools to parents who wish to enroll their children in private schools. The same for parents who wish to use these funds for home schooling purposes. This is a compromise. Ideally politician would not intervene in the education process and people would not have that money stolen from them by the government for that purpose.

    Scotty Boman

    Board of Education Member,
    Detroit, Michigan

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  • STRONGLY SUPPORT
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    Get the Federal gov't out of the education business. Completely. In fact, no gov't involvement what so ever.

    Gregory Creswell

    U.S. Representative,
    Detroit, Michigan

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