Argument Against School Vouchers
This paper discusses the belief that school vouchers are a means for the private schools to promote fundamentalist and discriminatory educational systems.
# 28048 | 670 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2002 |
Published on Jun 20, 2003 in Education (Administration) , Education (General) , Political Science (General)
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A critical examination of the school voucher system and how it is a means to reject equal opportunity in education systems. The writer shows how although school vouchers on their own are an important concept for school development, within the dimension of the present day education system, it is not feasible to implement it unless the whole education legislature changes.
From the Paper:"State legislature provides that school vouchers are to support the poor students in private sector schooling. They have the freedom to choose the program that reflects their education future. However, in reality, school vouchers account for sectarian education which dominates private schooling. Poverty stricken students comprise of only 20 percent of the private schools. After the decision of Brown vs. Board of Education, school vouchers merely became a means for white students to choose a different schooling system for themselves. Hence, school vouchers use to eradicate discrimination proved unsuccessful [Molnar, 1996]."
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