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From: Queen of my Castle (
Subject:         You are confusing.
Date: August 9, 2010 at 6:44 pm PST

In Reply to: I couldn't understand posted by Millie on August 9, 2010 at 6:20 pm:

On the one hand, you say that you like that we have a system "in which everyone is guaranteed a quality education". And then less than a sentence later, concede that not everyone DOES get a quality education. That once AGAIN proves my point: the Government can not-- despite its best promises and efforts--make life or its outcome fair. You just acknowledged it! hooray!! :D

I think competition is a wonderful incentive!! Districts or schools which teach poorly would be forced to do a better job, or students will go where they can get a better education. Funding, if from the state, would be per student so that wherever that student was attending is where the $ for that student would go--public or private school of the parent's choosing. Obviously, better schools = more students = more $. And each district would be directly accountable to the parents of those attending students as to how the money was spent. . . NOT accountable to Washington or some committe ruling from far away.

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