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I Imagine yourself and thirty-two of your peers crammed into a small classroom Some how you and your district have something in common you both have F ratings and are considered in academic emergency You feel like society is failing you The poverty cycle continues as your family ages your grandparents had poor education so did your parents and now you too will be trapped in the loop For the past two years your school had been rated the lowest possible school rating Your GPA is half the required need for the college you once dreamed of Really makes you wonder so what is next for education Maybe a School vouchers system B Background Information 1 It is a certificate which parents are given the ability to pay for the education of their children at a private school rather than the public school to which they were assigned 2 These vouchers would be paid for using tax revenues 3 Come out of district budget 4 85 percent of private schools are religious C Opposing Views 1 Still a gape between rich kids education 2 Tax money II Viewpoint 1 For 1 Text scores up 2 Milwaukee program gave 4900 to the needed families 3 Created competition between schools III Viewpoint 2 Against 1 Not stop gape between rich and poor 2 Public schools need the money IV My Solution Internet schooling for the children that need it that the national government pay for I feel that the government should provide inexpensive laptops that groups of kids could share and do school work by a qualified teacher over web cam This would be cheaper and just as effective V Conclusion A 1 Kids need education 2 It will not help school system B In the future when we are all voting I hope you will consider the childrens future and look out for the best of them
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