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It will be controlled by parents who actually has kids in that school system. Please in form your self Ty....
Sadly Larry the point you’re missing is that we do need a change as you stated in your last paragraph. The change is charter schools. But your opening paragraph should alarm most tax payers because it seems as though your only concern is the funding. Public schools will continue to have the same flow of funds as always.
Another point that seems to be missed is that many people who are of a particular party (Democrat) seem to think that throwing more money at a problem will solve it. This has been proven throughout history that it’s simply not the answer. Georgia’s education budget has gone up year after year with little to no results. It’s seems every other aspect of state government has been cut but education.
It’s a simple choice. Do you want your tax dollars to go to a school system that will produce quality students or do you want your tax dollars to go to one that don’t. Think about this when you cast your vote. Many of you may have the luxury of living in an area that has a good school system but there are also many parents who don’t. And a choice between a failing public school and an excellent public charter school is not a hard decision.
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