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@9KL43SYTranshumanist from Oregon answered…1yr

Yes but we should focus on improving our public schools and increasing teacher wages instead and pay teachers more than they are paid now raise the wages

@9KCPXWSRepublican from Ohio answered…1yr

I don't understand what the difference between a charter school and other schooling options are

@9KB673RTranshumanist from Minnesota answered…1yr

Yes, as long as standardized test scores are non-inferior to scores from nearby public schools

@Ben-BusiekLibertarian from Oregon answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they are non-profit, or we institute a voucher system.

@9HPGYDSVeteran from North Carolina answered…1yr

Yes, but not at the expense of public schools funding, and only in locations where school systems demonstrate poor performance

@9HNZFFYWomen’s Equality from Kansas answered…1yr

Private schools are fine but our taxes should not pay for them. Also both private and public should give the same good quality education. Teacher wages should also be increased

@9HLQGTHWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…1yr

Yes. Some of us have very clear pedagogical wishes for our kids that fit our philosophy just as much as we have freedom of religious choice.

@9HL7VMCPeace and Freedom from California answered…1yr

@9HGRRGZTranshumanist from Virginia answered…1yr

@9HHBSL3Democrat from Nevada answered…1yr

Both public and charter schools need to be improved and having to be accepted into a private school should not be a thing, if a student wants to challenge themselves and go to a harder school they should have the freedom to do so.

@9HF46KVDemocrat from Wisconsin answered…1yr

it depends. we should definitely focus on paying the teachers better

@9HD9F25Women’s Equality from Nevada answered…1yr

No, keep the funding in the public school system, and work on making the system equal across the nations. Take the regulation out of the hands of the states and regulate it at the federal level. This is how we stop educational oppression.

@9HD96JTWomen’s Equality from California answered…1yr

@9HBHW3ZVeteran from Indiana answered…1yr

Yes as long as people can pay for it without the government help

@9H5LN5JAmerican Solidarity from Maryland answered…1yr

No, all private schools should be affiliated with a religious organization.

@9H2D6LVWomen’s Equality from North Carolina answered…1yr

I feel that I do not know enough about this topic to contribute an answer.

@9G4NJKBSocialist from New York answered…1yr

No, charter schools have a way of becoming shelters for white upper-class families. They don't allow for diversity, of any kind, be it racial, ethnic, ability, religious, political, etc.

@9FWM5TSIndependent from North Carolina answered…1yr

@9FWLB6CDemocrat from New York answered…1yr

Yes, but we should focus on improving our public school and increasing teacher wages and benefits first.

@brandysshopeRepublican from West Virginia answered…1yr

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

@9FD6M2LRepublican from Texas answered…1yr

@9F8DN9XRepublican from Louisiana answered…1yr

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

@9F8CTKQConstitution from Indiana answered…1yr

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.

@9Z58T89Libertarian from Massachusetts answered…4wks

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

@9Z3CCP8Republican from Ohio answered…1mo

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

@9YWMFCQWorking Family from Ohio answered…1mo

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

@9YM6LZ7Socialist from New Jersey answered…2mos

@9Y9WMRFConstitution from Michigan answered…2mos

@9X3W7QBVeteran from Kansas answered…4mos

@9W6MKB8Veteran from Florida answered…5mos

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…5mos

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

@9W4DZWFIndependence from South Carolina answered…5mos

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

@9VGX9XCSocialist from North Carolina answered…7mos

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…9mos

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

@9TN6MYFRepublican from Florida answered…9mos

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

@9TCQT9KRepublican from Arizona answered…9mos

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

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