Neither race, ethnicity, social-economic circumstance, nor geography will any longer determine the quality of any child's public education.
There should be something in this about religious tolerance and tolerance of non-religious children. There are too many stories in the news of SC schools ostracizing atheist and agnostic kids. Forcing them to attend pep rallies in which Christian musicians "save" students is the latest atrocity.
@Babbleontheweb, This seems more like a pipe dream than an actual reality that you are talking about. In reality the only major source of money would be the government. The truth of the matter is that parents and citizens don't care enough about education to put their personal money behind it. The first step is to get people to care enough.
This is a good sentiment but the reality is money will still dictate who has the best education.
This is the dream. The reality is that rich schools will keep getting richer and poor schools will stay poor. A great project may be to see if for a year rich parents from wealthy schools would contribute 50% of their money usually given to their schools to the poor schools. Lets explore the ideas together and come up with out of the box ideas that people can get behind. Citizens should do this, not the government.
Everyone should be given the chance at the same education. Amazing talents could go undiscovered without giving them a chance to learn
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