Michael McShane: Politico's Voucher Story Is Bogus
The top line takeaway of the story: Nearly 1 billion taxpayer dollars go to school-choice programs that send students to private schools, which could be teaching creationism.
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#1 Mar 24, 2014
Stupid. If it's happening in just one school then it's happening in one school too many. But as this yutz acknowledges it IS happening at schools, and schools involve LOTS of children, then yes, it means while fundies are happy to have kids being taught the Flinstones is a science documentary, but there will still be some kids whose parents have more sense but no say in the matter. So even if the voucher DOES give schools the option to go with proper education or creationist apologetics, the fact is that some WILL go with the latter. It's illegal and un-Constitutional. It's public money going to what amounts to private school teaching. Apparently he's cool with that.
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