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@B4KMSGDPeace and Freedom from New York answered…3 days

Yes, as long as they satisfy the same educational requirements enforced at public schools.

@B4HCMKHTranshumanist from Massachusetts answered…2wks

Yes, if traditional public schools are offered the same levels of autonomy and fundraising ability.

@B47YYV2Independent from Arkansas answered…1mo

More scholarship opportunities for children to attend ANY desired school close to their home. Not a fan of putting a child on a school bus at 0630, or earlier.

@B47QR6RDemocrat from Georgia answered…1mo

No, funding charter school come at the expense of public schools, no private school should be funded by the government. We should focus on improving our public schools and increasing teacher wages instead.

@brandysshopeRepublican from West Virginia answered…2yrs

Yes, but they should not compete with public school facilities in extracurricular activities

@9FD6M2LRepublican from Texas answered…2yrs

@9F8DN9XRepublican from Louisiana answered…2yrs

Yes, and only if the Government doesn't have anything to do with them.

@9F8CTKQConstitution from Indiana answered…2yrs

No, and the current school system should be entirely reformed. Homework causes students to have lots of negative stress, sleep deprivation, depression, etc. The current curriculum and textbooks are all inherently biased as the people who write them are almost all left-wing, with little if any right-wing input. School hours should be shorter, which will put less stress on students and allow for more personal and family time. Tenure should be abolished, and teachers who do evil acts should be fired on the spot. Schools have been turned into socialist brain-washing camps. The writer of this attends a public school, and he knows that. Uniforms threaten individual expression and force conformity. There are many other problems that could be listed.

@B3WVT4YIndependent from Arizona answered…2mos

Yes, and pass a voucher system to allow people to make a choice in where their children can go to school

@B3K92K8Democrat from New Jersey answered…2mos

No, all existing charter schools should be completely privatized

@B338LRTDemocrat from New Jersey answered…3mos

@Kimora-JuliusWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…4mos

@9ZTNYD5Libertarian from Pennsylvania answered…5mos

@9Z58T89Libertarian from Massachusetts answered…6mos

No, schools should not be publicly funded. Privatize all education.

@9Z3CCP8Republican from Ohio answered…6mos

Yes, but only if they are held to high standards that all educational institutions should be held to.

@9YWMFCQWorking Family from Ohio answered…7mos

I would say nothing of it only because it can help but can harm.

@9YM6LZ7Socialist from New Jersey answered…7mos

@9Y9WMRFConstitution from Michigan answered…8mos

@9X3W7QBVeteran from Kansas answered…9mos

@9W6MKB8Veteran from Florida answered…10mos

Yes, but only if they are non-profit and not at the expense of funding public schools also we should focus on improving our public schools and increasing teacher wages.

@9W66M2CPeace and Freedom from Kansas answered…10mos

Yes, only if non profit and not at expense of public funding

@9W4DZWFIndependence from South Carolina answered…10mos

Yes. They should not be paid for with public funds and need to be more heavily regulated.

@9VGX9XCSocialist from North Carolina answered…12mos

Yes, but only if non-profit, not at the expense of public school funding, and we should improve teacher pay and public schools still

@9TRSXRYWomen’s Equality from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, but only non-profits and not at the expense of funding public schools.

@9TN6MYFRepublican from Florida answered…1yr

Yes and I support private school vouchers for all families making less than $90k a year.

@9TCQT9KRepublican from Arizona answered…1yr

i think if you mess up enough times in public school you shouldn't be able to attend and the only way to move on after is to get your GED

@9T4RDLLVeteran from Washington answered…1yr

Yes, the provide an opportunity for students to thrive in non-traditional learning environments.

@9SWK2QGVeteran from Illinois answered…1yr

YES, they provide an alternative choice if the current school is not a fit for your student. i know one family who split their kids into three different schools, public, charter and stem by their own interest and need. it is great to have the ability to do that. a charter is generally smaller, but gets by on the same budget per student that the state provides. I think they then have the ability to provide a more specialized learning not in most public environments.

@9SVX4MFRepublican from Georgia answered…1yr

Yes, but abolish any uniform requirements for any attending those schools.

@9SSQJQ5Libertarian from New York answered…1yr

yes, there should be more opportunities to be able to choose a certain area of knowledge to study at younger ages as well as more opportunity to have a more diverse learning experience

@9SQ9Q7GLibertarian from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, children and their parents should have the freedom of choice. Then have the money follow the child.

@9SPTDMXWorking Familyfrom Vermont  answered…1yr

Yes, but not at the expense of tax payers or the public school system.

@9SLGKR4Democrat from Nevada answered…1yr

Yes but not at the expanse of public schools, therefore I'd prefer improving and investing in current public school organizations, but I am not diabolicly opposed to all charters.

@9SGDFG6Conservativefrom New Jersey  answered…1yr

@9S4RZGNVeteran from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

Yes, but we should also focus on improving the current public school system.

@9RQ24FKRepublican from Utah answered…1yr

Yes, Parents have the right to choose where to send their kids to school.

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