School districts join voucher lawsuit

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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Four area school boards have joined a growing lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of a state plan to spend $10 million in public funds this fall on private school education.

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Some school districts are

Some school districts are horrible. Children that live in those areas are doomed without vouchers. Their parents can't afford private schools. Vouchers can literally save those kids lives. I'm all for vouchers for children served by poor performing schools.

Slippery Slope

This is a slippery slope. $10 million this year, $50 million next year, rich and poor in future years? Steinburg does not understand why public school boards refuse to walk lockstep with his efforts to destroy public education in North Carolina. He is anti-teacher and anti-public education. Thank you area Boards of Education for standing up to the bully from New York, Mr. Steinburg and his anti-public education agenda. Hopefully the people of the 1st District will show him the door this year. In Raleigh, even the Republicans are embarrassed by his behavior. More importantly, the people of the first district, including Republicans and independents are embarrassed by his antics and opposition to public education. He does not put the people of his District first, instead he puts his radical tea party agenda ahead of the best interests on our region and state.

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