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@B3ZDYG6Constitution from North Carolina answered…23hrs

@Yes_AntoonIndependent from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

Yes, but only for low income families, and it should not be funded by cutting public school funding

@B3N6F9WIndependent from Massachusetts answered…2wks

@B3MPZ3JWorking Family from Nebraska answered…2wks

@B3K8RGWWorking Family from Texas answered…3wks

Yes, but only for low income whites cambodians ecuadorians white migrants from the rust belt and Appalachia and arkansas

@B3CXPWPGreen from Texas answered…1mo

The government should abolish all education and institute a single payer system to replace it.

@B3B4CBCConstitution from Wisconsin answered…1mo

Yes, but only for students with exceptional athletic, academic, or service achievements, with increased financial aid for low income families

@B37ND9YIndependent from Georgia answered…1mo

I think we can for low income families but at the same time we need to improve public schools

@B2WRRSNVeteran from Kentucky answered…2mos

No, we should focus on improving our public schools and privatize all education.

 @B2WQ2Q2Women’s Equality from Washington answered…2mos

Yes, but only for low income families and as long as long it does not removing funding from public schools

@B2RVZMCConstitution from Illinois answered…2mos

No, I prefer a tax levy and families keep their money to spend where they feel is best in regards to edict (no gov tracking kids)

@B2DNGQMConstitution from Georgia answered…3mos

@9ZNBXL3Constitution from North Carolina answered…4mos

@9ZMW5GSConstitution from Colorado answered…4mos

@9ZHRKG5Republican from Virginia answered…4mos

@9ZTC45DGreen from Nevada answered…3mos

@9ZB4QH2Peace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…4mos

Yes, but only for low-income families with a student with exceptional athletic, academic, or service achievements

@9Z4WJ8TDemocrat from California answered…5mos

@9Z3CCP8Republican from Ohio answered…5mos

Yes, Parents pay the taxes to fund schools, their children deserve the best possible education.

@Zachary-BryantWorking Family from Kansas answered…5mos

Privatizing school would be ideal but if not, yes- Vouchers for low income families to curve the cost at a private school

@9Z5NZKSRepublican from Georgia answered…5mos

Why should the government have to provide vouchers if someone wants to attend a private school that's their business not public schools nor government business.

@9XZ26PYDemocrat from Ohio answered…7mos

I would not support this if it seriously restricted funding for public schools.

@9XWKR5TRepublican from Texas answered…7mos

Yes, but only for low-income families that can prove private education would be better for their student, or for students with exceptional athletic, academic, or service achievements, as a reward for their hard work.

@9XRFW6RPeace and Freedom from Florida answered…7mos

Yes, but we should focus on improving public schools as well

@9XR8VLWWorking Family from North Carolina answered…7mos

Yes , I think every student should have some type of choice to choose from when it comes down to school.

@9Y94PMJDemocrat from Oregon answered…6mos

@9Y6RB5FRepublican from North Dakota answered…6mos

Yes, but those who want to go to private school can do that.

@9XYY66YIndependentfrom Guam  answered…7mos

Yes, parents should decide where their children attend for those who can't afford it, temporarily while improving our public schools.

@9THF784Democrat from Ohio answered…1yr

Yes, if the parents have a good reason for wanting to send their child to private school.

@9THZSFCDemocrat from New Jersey answered…1yr

yes, but have entry exam and qualifications for all students and provide equal advantages for students of all backgrounds there has to be diversity in every way for Americans to learn to function together as a society and part of it begins in the school system don't put students at a disadvantage by surrounding them with only one demographic

@9W28QYVDemocrat from Georgia answered…9mos

Yes, but we need to improve public schools first then we can offer students vouchers they can use to attend schools of their choice

@9WM8DW3Working Family from Kentucky answered…8mos

it depends on the students income at home and if it would help them more so in school and their education.

@9XCR9RHPeace and Freedom from Ohio answered…7mos

Yes, if the student is achieving then they should have every right to use a voucher, and it should be accessible to those students along with students/families struggling due to low income.

@9SQ9Q7GLibertarian from Minnesota answered…1yr

If "government" means local or maybe state government then yes, children and their parents deserve to have school choice and the money should follow the student. Even if the student is home schooled.

@9VN9KVPRepublican from West Virginia answered…10mos

@9VN77F6Women’s Equality from Virginia answered…10mos

Yes, but allow it for mainly minorities, such as those stuck in lower income housing and attend "sub-par" schools.

@9VMXPH9Veteran from Pennsylvania answered…10mos

For students that are proven that private schools would help them succeed

@9VMFNWQLibertarian from Ohio answered…10mos

Yes, and the voucher system should be expanded for children to attend any public school of their choice, this will allow poor and minority children access to more opportunity early on

@9VKWJXRRepublican from Tennessee answered…10mos

Yes, but only in instances where students are zoned for a public school that is failing to provide a quality education to its students.

@9VBCPM5Socialist from New Jersey answered…11mos

Yes, but the voucher should be able to go towards other forms of schooling such as homeschooling or paying for alternative/charter schooling as well as private school tuition

@9T48JP2Democrat from North Carolina answered…1yr

Yes, public schools do not provide adequate services for students with learning differences, behavioral challenges, physical disabilities

@9T42BSYRepublican from Ohio answered…1yr

Yes, but for students who couldn't otherwise afford it (look at the student's circumstances, family), give to low and middle class students.

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