Elizabeth Warren vowed to crack down on “school choice” to help public schools even though she sent her own child to an elite, private school.
“To keep our traditional public school systems strong, we must resist efforts to divert public funds out of traditional public schools,” Sen. Elizabeth Warren stated in her plan.
— Mercedes Schlapp (@mercedesschlapp) October 30, 2019
Choice is bad unless she is talking about abortion?
The 2020 presidential candidate’s public education plan would ban for-profit charter schools — a proposal first backed by Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders — and eliminate government incentives for opening new non-profit charter schools, even though Warren has praised charter schools in the past.
“To keep our traditional public school systems strong, we must resist efforts to divert public funds out of traditional public schools,” Warren stated in her plan.
Warren has pledged to reduce education options for families, but she chose to send her son Alexander to Kirby Hall, an elite private school near Austin. Tuition for Kirby Hall’s lower and middle schools — kindergarten through eighth grade — is $14,995 for the 2019-2020 school year. A year of high school costs $17,875. More
she wants choices, just not for your kids.
— random thoughts (@musings_n) October 30, 2019
I’ve never been able to figure out what it is that liberals hate about school choice. None of their arguments make any sense whatsoever. The hypocrisy of liberals knows no bounds. Aren’t there any normal, reasonably sane Democrats left who are trying to stop this insanity?
Dear sweet misguided Elizabeth W again to sway the voters promises to remove a program she herself has taken advantage of. School choice is important for our children to advance in the world.
— Eileen F Sollars (@EileenSollars) October 30, 2019
That’s perfect. Let’s end the only form of education that works. The ability to escape bad schools. Union run public schools have destroyed education of young minds.
— WH,MD,JD (@WHMDJD1) October 30, 2019
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