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Unformatted text preview: forces these schools to have to abide by a government set standard and means of teaching that is standardized and usually a one size fits all education is not what works for all. Charter schools do not exist everywhere and religious schools are often too expensive. The type of parent that sends their parents to these schools I believe also has more of an opinion based on their education and the means and time to dedicate beyond what the average parent has. Though school choice is a right that all should have, it does not fall under equal access, I believe it is a choice of a higher quality. While it is unfair that some of these schools often result in higher educated students, we should not be focusing on improving access to these schools, we should be focusing on improving public schools....
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- Fall '13
- public schools, Jennifer L. Hochschild, dooms poor children