School Vouchers And Parents In Cleveland, Milwaukee, And Los Angeles

By Jonas N. Altidor
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Enacting school voucher programs has been a problematic issue for many parents and taxpayers. On the one hand, the program is seen as a way to improve the quality of education in public schools, especially those that are failing at educating our youth. On the other hand, they are seen as a violation of the First Amendment of the Constitution which mandates a separation of church and state this because many parents choose to remove their children from public schools and enroll them in private schools, many of which are religion-based, using the voucher money to pay the tuition. Jonas N. Altidor has researched this thorny matter and analyzed it from the viewpoints of parents, educators, and politicians. He presents both sides and his findings in School Vouchers and Parents in Cleveland, Milwaukee, and Los Angeles with the hope of clarifying the issue and finding a solution before it is too late to matter to the education of tomorrows leaders.

Published: 2005
Page Count: 40