Pros And Cons Of School Vouchers

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There has been some controversy whether to allow school vouchers that will allow parents to choose the school that their children will attend. This could be both good and bad; because everything is managed by, the government to make the citizen’s life’s easier. If schools become private and parents do not pay their taxes this means that, the government will have little to no say on the children’s education. On the other hand, this would lead to schools to make their standers higher for student to attend their schools. This will both bring the education to another standard and will make it a bit difficult for parents and the children to find the adequate school. The question is if parents should have a total control over the children’s education. …show more content…
The government hires and provides job to people to do the process of having a school and with that, more jobs are created. When people pay their taxes they just hand the money to the government and the government decides what is best to do with it. The government uses that money to pay schooling bills and hiring teachers. The government takes care of the entire process without bothering the parents. That is why the government gets to set the rules on who goes where and what curriculum is best. If the government had full control over the child education, the government has full control of the student’s education until they turn 18. This means that no matter the parent’s financial situation, the child’s will have an equal opportunity to attend …show more content…
For them to choose a school that is more convenient for them and will give their children a better education. The good thing about this is that parents will have a choice on what is best for their children. If the parent does not, like how the school is teaching the parent can remove the child from that school and that parent has other choices. Maybe that would be a smart move, for schools to compete to have students attend them. For that schools would raise their standards and the education in general would be better. The downside would be that the better the school the more expensive it would be and also all schools would be consider private and they won’t have to follow many of the rules that a public school follows. For example, if the student does not have the money to pay for school then they will not be able to attend schools. In addition, in the child does not have money to have breakfast and lunch then the student will not eat because they do not have the money to do so. In a public school, those children that qualify under the free lunch program eat no matter their financial situation. Maybe their parent does not pay the taxes because they do not have money, but there is enough money that other parents can pay. That is enough to cover for their children’s education and maybe part of other people’s

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