School Vouchers - School Vouchers Government-funded school...

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School Vouchers Government-funded school voucher programs give low-income parents vouchers that can be used to pay for tuition at a private school of the parents’ choice. Voucher programs have sparked much controversy. Some critics argue that the vouchers violate the separation of church and state because parents might use the government money to send their kids to religious schools. Others argue that the money used as vouchers could be used to improve the public school system, thereby eradicating the need for parents to send their kids to private schools. Foreign Policy For most of the twentieth century, the United States defined its foreign policy in relation to the Soviet Union, as the two countries battled each other for dominance during the Cold War. Although the two countries themselves never came to blows, they engaged in social, political, and economic competition around the globe. Following the collapses of the Soviet Union in 1989, many Americans began turning their attention toward
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