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Religious schools exist to promote the faith of the faith traditions that sponsor them. Often, religion permeates every subject. Religious groups have the right to open schools, but they have no right to expect the taxpayers to support them. Religious schools should be supported by the members of the faiths that sponsor them. Vouchers force everyone to support religious education. In addition, vouchers threaten the public school system by draining needed funds away from these institutions – even though public schools do not discriminate in matters of religion and serve 90 percent of America’s schoolchildren.

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December 2015 Church & State

Failed Experiment

Despite Sketchy Schools And Disappointing Results, Washington, D.C.’s Private School Voucher Plan Continues To Stumble Along