School Choice passes in Florida, becoming the fourth state this year to have universal School Choice.
Parents are very busy because they have a lot of responsibilities. They have to take care of their children, provide for them, and teach them right from wrong. They also have to work, take care of the house, and do other things. It can be hard to find time for everything, and many parents feel like they are always running behind.
When people have too much time on their hands, they can cause trouble in a number of ways. They may become bored and restless, which can lead to them making impulsive decisions or engaging in risky behavior. They may also become depressed or anxious, which can make it difficult to cope with everyday life. In some cases, people with too much time on their hands may even turn to crime or other immoral activities.
It is often this class of people from which liberal activism comes. Normal busy people do not have the time to fight them off until it reaches critical mass. I believe we are there. This is becoming a trend in American politics. The leftists with too much time on their hands put forth ideals that we all used to scoff at. I for one am glad to see American parents taking back the education of their children.
Who has time for the nonsense of the left? Once we get the Biden Administration and their cronies in the DOJ and other alphabet agencies voted out and under control we will all be better off. Let the kids enjoy their innocence for a while. No need to talk sexuality to them or introduce them to all the kinky things in life. They will discover these things soon enough on their own.
Below are just some of the benefits of school choice.
School choice is the idea that parents should be able to choose the school that their children attend, regardless of their zip code. There are many benefits to school choice, including:
- Increased competition. When schools compete for students, they are forced to improve their quality of education. This can lead to lower class sizes, better teachers, and more innovative curriculum.
- Improved parental involvement. When parents have a choice in their child’s education, they are more likely to be involved in their child’s learning. This can lead to better grades and test scores.
- Increased diversity. When students are able to attend schools outside of their neighborhood, they are exposed to a wider range of cultures and backgrounds. This can help them to become more well-rounded individuals.
- Improved student outcomes. Studies have shown that students who attend schools of their choice are more likely to graduate from high school and go on to college. They are also more likely to be employed and earn higher wages.
Of course, there are also some challenges associated with school choice. For example, it can be difficult for some families to afford to send their children to private schools. That is why states must pass laws to allow the money to follow the child.
Overall, however, the benefits of school choice outweigh the challenges. School choice gives parents the power to choose the best possible education for their children. It also helps to improve the quality of education for all students.
We are in a war for the hearts, minds, and souls of the precious children of America. No sane military force sends raw recruits to be trained (and mentally maimed) in the boot-camp of the bad guys. Please see “ Exodus Mandate’s Call to Dunkirk” on YouTube.
Regarding vouchers or school choice: Liberals will jump on the once free home schoolers with new regulations and bring them under state control. It is a Trojan Horse into the secure home school city. When you reach for the money, the handcuffs go on.
Your article is one-sided. Please consider the ramifications for private Christian schools and homeschooling families if they accept government funds. FREE digital copy of our booklet, Vouchers: Shekels with Shackles, please email [email protected].
Please cite the laws in Florida et cetera that make your point. Links to websites that do not discuss the argument are being removed.
In the People’s Democratic Republic of Chicago, during the PANdemIC/panDEMic, the parochial schools continued in-person classes, while the public schools, where the Teachers Union is more important than the education of the children, classes were online. They found that many students didn’t even, for quite a while, have internet access. Those who did, had their classes online, but the quality of teaching and learning is suspect. They now don’t want to have the kids taking national tests.