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What is the role of a state in educating its citizens

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8. What is the role of a state in educating its citizens?
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oPublic Education attracts an overload of critics and self-proclaimed expertsoFederal aid: Federal government has reduced its support of public education since1980, Supporters argue that more federal aid would give students equaleducation in every stateoAid to church-supported schools:Aid is meant to help pay for tuition, transportation, and textbooks, thecourts have found that the law violates the constitution of separating thechurch and state, they refuse to support the church schools, but the parentsargue thatParents who pay taxes, are paying the support of public schools,and should go towards church schools tooAlso, that if they were too transfer, the public school system wouldbe overloadedoUpgrading education:Education is not perfect because of, crowded classrooms, low budgets, andno one uses textbooks anymore, everything is electronic ($$) leading tolow test scores, increased truancy, and violence on campusNo Child Left Behind Act of 2001, states that the public schools mustadminister standardized reading and math tests to all the students in grade3-8, 2005 science was added
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