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I. Introduction A. Background on School Vouchers i. What is a “School Voucher”? ii. Where can you use School Vouchers? a. Public Schools b. Private (secular) Schools c. Private (non-secular) Schools iii. Who is eligible for School Vouchers? iv. Who gets to choose? a. Parents b. Students c. Administration/Professionals v. How are School Vouchers funded? a. Local Taxes b. State Taxes vi. Education of the youth is the cornerstone of a successful society. One challenge that every community faces is providing a “level playing field” for its students, and giving everyone a chance to succeed. One solution to this problem that has become popular in recent years, is establishing a school voucher program. School voucher programs seem to be a very sensitive issue for both societal and economic reasons to both the educators and those being educated (including parents). There are many worthwhile arguments both for and against school vouchers, and careful investigation of the issue is needed in order to arrive
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Unformatted text preview: at a conclusion that could best suit everyone. II. Positive Opinions about School Vouchers A. Teachers i. Public School Teachers ii. Private School Teachers B. Parents i. Parents of Public School Children ii. Parents of Private School Children C. Administration/Government III. Negative Opinions about School Vouchers A. Teachers i. Private School Teachers ii. Public School Teachers B. Parents i. Parents of Public School Children ii. Parents of Private School Children C. Administration/Government IV. Alternatives to School Vouchers A. Charter Schools i. What is a Charter School? ii. Advantages of Charter Schools iii. Disadvantages of Charter Schools B. Better funding for Public Schools i. How will the schools be funded? i. Raising property taxes ii. No longer using property taxes for funding ii. Advantages of better funding iii. Disadvantages of better funding V. Conclusions...
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course SOC 210 taught by Professor Professor during the Fall '05 term at Wisconsin.

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