Video: ‘Bama Republicans Use Secrecy to Expand Education Vouchers

Steve Rogers

Steve Rogers

Assistant News Director/Assignment Editor; degree in finance and administration from Yale University; 35 years experience in journalism.

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  1. William says:

    This is absurd. I am an educator in MS and THIS is what’s wrong with education in MS. To say that it shifts from “flexibility to accountability” is laughable at the best and outright nauseating. This serves as nothing but a way for more tax dollars to be thrown away for something that doesn’t even sound legal.

    On another note, if this is not appealed, I suppose some schools could become overcrowded. I good example of this is going to be the city/county school system. If the parent can send their child to a non-failing school where they can receive better education, why not? But at what cost and logistics?

    Get your stuff together and preferably in this century. This isn’t the 1800’s Alabama.

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