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The School-Choice Debate

Debate is raging over the issue of school choice, whose advocates are calling for tax-supported vouchers that can go toward private-school tuition. What do you think?
  • "Me and all my friends here in Compton are hoping to go to Phillips-Exeter Preparatory Academy if this initiative passes."

    Bobby Moore
    Student
  • "The thing I like best about this plan is that it will help those who need it least."

    Stephen Reichel
    Chiropractor
  • "If private school is anything like it was in the 1983 teen sex romp of the same name, I want a voucher."

    Marty Slocum
    Systems Analyst
  • "Can't we argue about something more important to our children's education, like, say, prayer?"

    Stephanie Chambers
    Hairstylist
  • "This is a great way to solve all the problems caused by desegregation."

    Rich Bartholomew
    Gardener
  • "If I could go to one school, it would definitely have to be Degrassi High."

    Margaret Cort
    Painter
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