Teresa Sprecher
Teresa Sprecher

I don't feel that public $$ should be used to fund private schools. At this point every child in this country has the right to a free education. We should be supporting our public schools and our teachers - not make their jobs and our children's education less by funneling the decreasing resources to private institutions.

John Arleth
John Arleth
  • Teresa Sprecher

Could not agree more.

Rob Riley
Rob Riley
  • Teresa Sprecher

Problem, Teresa: The public schools are a horrible failure and are teaching lies to the children, in order to facilitate the deconstruction of America as it currently stands, and to reform it into a collection/redistribution society. THAT'S why people are saying they should be able to break from the system; the public schools are defrauding the public. You may be fooled into believing otherwise, but that's your problem

Criage Althage
Criage Althage
  • Teresa Sprecher

Your Problem Rob is Private and Charter schools actually perform lower than public schools. Actually I went to private parochial schools only to learn a lot of fiction I had to unlearn. If you want to learn how to read OK if you want to learn math good but science and history is a complete farce in Catholic and protestant schools. So your supposition that private schools perform better is not proven with data, but rather with your own gut feeling which at the end of the day not worth much.

Michael L. Gourlie
Michael L. Gourlie

As a devout Christian and as a Guardian of the US Constitution, I do not support in any shape, form or fashion any public assistance to help parents enroll their children in parochial schools. If it is for a private school without any religious affiliation, I would not oppose it and would find the rationale to make sense.

Janet Church
Janet Church
  • Michael L. Gourlie

So in other words, draw the conclusion you want then change the facts to support it ?

Larry Heagle
Larry Heagle

Grothman has already proven that he is nothing more than a "Walker Yes Man" and ultimately an enemy of Wisconsin's great public school system. We need to turn out and vote, each and every one of us, and right the ship of state!

Rob Riley
Rob Riley
  • Larry Heagle

Walker has the best interests of the people in mind. Entitlement-ers and flat out socialists hate him because he goes against their interests, which are naive, foolish, and just plain wrong. The Wisconsin school system has sunk lower than the bottom level of an outhouse pit, and taxpayers should not be forced to put up with a fraudulent system. A large segment of legislators and "educators" are anti-American and are looking for a USSR redux.

Karen Kacy Cooley-Utech

Crazy is... taxpayers paying for the privilege of having religious institutions being tax exempt.

Shana Parker
Shana Parker

Tax dollars should not go towards schools that do not have to show accountability in the stringent manner that public schools do.

Jean Beschta
Jean Beschta

A community decides how it will educate its children. If a parent does not like that choice, they can pay for a private school. I DO NOT want my tax money given to religious schools. It is not different than expecting a voucher to buy books because you don't use the ones at the library.

Carrie Manson
Carrie Manson

More from the man that said being a single parent is child abuse, can't stay off his phone in session, or stop falling asleep.

Pamela Wall
Pamela Wall

Add your vote...

Charles Barnard
Charles Barnard

'Fixing' the public education system by removing even more funding is like trying to improve public transit by reducing service. It won't repair anything, but it will ensure that things get much worse, much faster.

The described program will merely insure that only those wealthy enough to pay for an education will be able to afford one, since any tax credit provided to low income folks won't provide enough to pay for a private school by itself.

Walker is merely continuing his efforts to...

'Fixing' the public education system by removing even more funding is like trying to improve public transit by reducing service. It won't repair anything, but it will ensure that things get much worse, much faster.

The described program will merely insure that only those wealthy enough to pay for an education will be able to afford one, since any tax credit provided to low income folks won't provide enough to pay for a private school by itself.

Walker is merely continuing his efforts to follow the GOP program of ensuring ignorance and want among the majority of the population.

To function, a democracy requires educated and informed people...ignorant and uninformed (misinformed people are much easier to manipulate into voting against their own interests and those of their fellow citizens.

Walker has repeatedly and consistently supported measures to remove funding for programs designed to benefit the entire population in favor of passing public funds directly to his supporters.

Oddly, this harms even his wealthy supporters far more than it helps them, because the best way to help yourself is to help lift the entire society.

As with supporting a decent rail line through the state--something which is long overdue and which, is finally being ressurected in order to take advantage of it's many efficiencies and decrease in fuel consumption, Walker is fighting a futile war against the general progress of our species in order to procure short-term gains for himself and his cronies.

Greg Everett
Greg Everett

Public money - public schools. Let the private schools "pull themselves up by the bootstraps" and fund themselves.

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