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@B4LHH4XIndependent from New York answered…12hrs

Yes but only for low income individuals and they need proof that they actually need it

@Daniel-Barton-Je…Libertarian from New York answered…2wks

Yes schools that are controlled by The state should be paid for by The Government and their employees should be paid for as well.
Private Schools are different as their more like businesses so the people running them should earn money the business way with only receiving access to Government money if actually needed. Though The Government can pay these private schools if they need the money this doesn’t give The Government control or ownership over these private schools or the education choices. That should be a choice by The Head & Staff, The Parents & Kids.

@B4HCMKHTranshumanist from Massachusetts answered…1wk

Yes, if the States request it; The Fed can agree to each a State if the budget THEY allocate towards preschool.

@9GVKSH5Green from Louisiana answered…2yrs

Yes, but give parents the option of whether or not to enroll their kids in preschool.

@9GVJZL5Republican from New Jersey answered…2yrs

Only for people to need the money and can’t afford to send their children to preschool

@9GVGMDLDemocrat from California answered…2yrs

As long as the parent have the option to want thier kid to go to school

@9GTQTJ7Socialist from North Carolina answered…2yrs

I mean sure but if feel the focus should be more on colleges.

@9GR9HXNVeteran from Utah answered…2yrs

Preschool-12th grade should be required by everyone and free for everyone.

@9GQZR8VIndependent from Maryland answered…2yrs

@9GQZPJQTranshumanist from California answered…2yrs

Yes, but large physical school establishments should be phased out and replaced with hybrid ones. Children who own computers and use them regularly perform significantly better in school in almost all aspects.

@9GQQVHWPeace and Freedom from Virginia answered…2yrs

There are programs and voucher systems already out there. Maybe reform some of the options that may not be working so that the system will run more efficient.

@9GQPG84Democrat from Indiana answered…2yrs

It should be the parents' decision to send their child to preschool. Also, the state and the federal government should partially fund preschool and offer aid for low-income families.

@9GQ4CH4Republican from Minnesota answered…2yrs

i don't really what this one is about so i don't really have an opinion

@9GPZTSPAmerican Solidarity from Arizona answered…2yrs

Yes, but parent have a choice of enrolling them and must pay a % of cost

@9GPYFPKLibertarian from California answered…2yrs

Yes, but the parents should have the option to start school later if they wish.

@9GPY4BQConstitution from Florida answered…2yrs

@9GPTF33Progressive from Michigan answered…2yrs

Yes, but a study should be done to see how effective Universal preschool is. There seems to be conflicting evidence that it is effective.

@9GPNX7PWorking Family from Kansas answered…2yrs

No, decisions regarding funding “universal” programs should be developed at the state level.

@9GPNNVSSocialist from California answered…2yrs

@9GMJDTLLibertarian from Georgia answered…2yrs

Yes, but the service should be offered on a sliding scale based on income.

@9GPHHFBTranshumanist from Arizona answered…2yrs

Yes but have the option for students to opt out without punishment or for the child to go to a private school or do homeschool.

@9GPGXKMRepublican from Louisiana answered…2yrs

@9GPBBQ4Peace and Freedom from California answered…2yrs

It should be the parents choice to send their children to preschool.

@9GP6R8KPeace and Freedom from Michigan answered…2yrs

It should be the parent's decision whether or not their child goes to preschool.

@9GNTWK3Transhumanist from Utah answered…2yrs

No, but it should be made subsidized for low income families so they still have access to it.

@9GNJ32SDemocrat from Alabama answered…2yrs

Yes, but this should be done at the state level, with the option to send a child to a private school.

@9GNHN2JVeteran from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@9GN87XXLibertarian from Georgia answered…2yrs

no, education should be funded and decisions made at the local level.

@9GMWYRFTranshumanist from Virginia answered…2yrs

It may or not be a good idea, but it is something to look in to.

@9GMSCHLLibertarian from North Carolina answered…2yrs

The government shouldn't be involved in the education system at all.

@9GML6ZBAmerican Solidarity from Georgia answered…2yrs

It should be available to parents to the course, but not made mandatory to attend

@9GLXV7BVeteran from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

@9GLPDJSRepublican from Kansas answered…2yrs

Yes, federal and state should provide funding and support for preschool and Primary Education

@9GLLRKWPeace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…2yrs

As long as parents can pick where they want to send their kids

@9GLHG22Constitution from North Carolina answered…2yrs

Education should be controlled by the states, not the federal government.

@9GLH886Women’s Equality from Nebraska answered…2yrs

@9GLD4L6Socialist from North Carolina answered…2yrs

@9GLCS28Women’s Equality from Ohio answered…2yrs

If the government is going to require preschool to enter kindergarten than the government should provide preschool like they do all other public education.

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