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Andrew Ujifusa
Inbox: Tim Scott and Lamar Alexander have introduced the School Choice Now Act. It would provide money to students for homeschooling and private school tuition. It would rely on both emergency federal funding and $5B in annual tax credits.
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Andrew Ujifusa Jul 22
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This is essentially the Education Freedom Scholarships proposal backed by Betsy DeVos, plus emergency federal appropriations related to the pandemic.
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Andrew Ujifusa Jul 22
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This piece we just published about the new Lamar Alexander-Tim Scott bill might provide useful history and context about how Alexander used a vote on school choice back in 2015, when a big education bill was at stake:
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Deborah Temkin, Ph.D. Jul 22
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Prohibit federal control... as in, prohibit enforcement of civil rights protections? Oy. 🤦🏻‍♀️
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🇹🇹Nikki Sha🌈 Jul 22
Part of the private school appeal.
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Susan votes 🌊🇺🇲 Jul 22
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Heath Brown Jul 22
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Bonanza for for-profit online ed providers
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CountryDick Jul 22
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imagine: 'homeschool' the kids, rent them out the local salt mine, and pocket both the stipend and their wages. personal finance hacks!
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Jeff Nguyen Jul 22
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So public funds for schools that are not subject to federal anti-discrimination laws and regs...that seems equitable and just.
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Effie ಠ_ಠ ☎️ call congress 202-224-3121 Jul 22
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I support homeschooling when and where appropriate. But redirecting public funds to private homes doesn't help America's children. (And regardless, homeschooling should be far better regulated.)
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Jeff Mustonen, lifelong Kraken fan Jul 22
So trying to kill public education. 🤦‍♂️
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