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Bushs Education Plan Will He Persuade Congress Using Vouchers Section 1 After trying to pass his education bill as the Texas Governor in 1995 97 and 99 George W Bush will bring a very similar bill to Congress but this time as a brand new President This has been a very heavily debated issue in the past couple of months during The Presidential Election While normally Republicans and Democrats have different viewpoints on controversial issues such as this one there is a surprising number of Democrats for Conservative Republican Bushs plan and a just as a surprising number of Republicans against it The issue will prove to be a tone setter for the rest of Bushs presidency and he will fight hard to get it through intact The Question still remains what will Congress see as pros and cons in his proposal Bushs plan is called No Child Left Behind which involves students in grades three through eight His plan says that these students will be tested annually in reading and mathematics for three years The schools that improve their scores will be rewarded while schools that fail to make progress will have to face the consequences After the three year period students still in failing schools will be given federal funds as Vouchers to pay for an alternative school of the students choice Bushs education plan also includes Frank 2 teacher education increased school safety and stream lined bilingual education Bushs plan also includes vouchers being able to pay for students to go to nonsecular schools and Grants would pay for after-school faith based organizations Kumashiro 21 The plan only applies to schools using federal aids and will drastically hold them accountable with these standardized
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