Improving the American School System: Argument against School Vouchers


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Improving the American School System: Argument against School Vouchers
Part 1: Thesis
Education has always been a priority for America, from the earliest roots of its history. Still, as the years have gone on and big business has taken over governmental interests, the landscape of modern schooling has changed. One of the biggest problems in the American School system today pertains the issue of low income students and students of color. These individuals are at a disadvantage because of the lack of emphasis on education in a productive and lifelong sense within their approximate schools. The school voucher system is definitely not an answer for this. The real is in breaking down the barriers of race and class, while emphasizing public...
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