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In March, Congress voted to eliminate the vouchers after the 2009-2010 school year unless it is re-approved by the D.C. City Council and . . . Congress. The program, which helps send 1,700 kids to school with $7,500 vouchers, was excised even as the stimulus is throwing billions to the nation's school districts.
The NEA's letter was a pre-emptive strike against the possibility that 750,000 students in military families would benefit from vouchers. That idea was raised in a Senate hearing this month, when military families explained that frequent moves and inconsistent schooling was harmful to their children. "The creation of a school voucher program should be considered," Air Force wife Patricia Davis dared to say.
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In keeping with his stance on placating the unions, Obama would cut the school voucher program in order to go along with the NEA's concern that if upwards of a million children of military men and women had the option of attending a private school or a public school in a far better school district in order to obtain a top-notch education, that it would negatively affect the public school system, and the ideologies it invokes, controls, and manipulates among its teachers which is passed down to the students.
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