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Post by Didly12 on Sat 25 Oct 2008, 1:51 am

• McCain supports school vouchers.

• Supports sending federal dollars directly to local schools, cutting
back on red tape and saving administrative costs.

• McCain wants to place parents and children at the center of the
education process and empower parents by greatly expanding the
ability of parents to choose among schools for their children.

Editor’s note: We found it difficult to pinpoint the position of John
McCain on education from his campaign website and decided to publish
an unedited copy of his position directly from his website.


Excellence, Choice, and Competition
in American Education

John McCain believes American education must be worthy of the promise
we make to our children and ourselves. He understands that we are a
nation committed to equal opportunity, and there is no equal
opportunity without equal access to excellent education.

Public education should be defined as one in which our public support
for a child's education follows that child into the school the parent
chooses. The school is charged with the responsibility of educating
the child, and must have the resources and management authority to
deliver on that responsibility. They must also report to the parents
and the public on their progress.

The deplorable status of preparation for our children, particularly
in comparison with the rest of the industrialized world, does not
allow us the luxury of eliminating options in our educational
repertoire. John McCain will fight for the ability of all students to
have access to all schools of demonstrated excellence, including their
own homes.

No Child Left Behind has focused our attention on the realities of
how students perform against a common standard. John McCain believes
that we can no longer accept low standards for some students and high
standards for others. In this age of honest reporting, we finally see
what is happening to students who were previously invisible. While
that is progress all its own, it compels us to seek and find
solutions to the dismal facts before us.

John McCain believes our schools can and should compete to be the
most innovative, flexible and student-centered - not safe havens for
the uninspired and unaccountable. He believes we should let them
compete for the most effective, character-building teachers, hire
them, and reward them.

If a school will not change, the students should be able to change
schools. John McCain believes parents should be empowered with school
choice to send their children to the school that can best educate them
just as many members of Congress do with their own children. He finds
it beyond hypocritical that many of those who would refuse to allow
public school parents to choose their child's school would never
agree to force their own children into a school that did not work or
was unsafe. They can make another choice. John McCain believes that
is a fundamental and essential right we should honor for all
parents.

As president, John McCain will pursue reforms that address the
underlying cultural problems in our education system - a system that
still seeks to avoid genuine accountability and responsibility for
producing well-educated children.

John McCain will place parents and children at the center of the
education process, empowering parents by greatly expanding the
ability of parents to choose among schools for their children. He
believes all federal financial support must be predicated on
providing parents the ability to move their children, and the dollars
associated with them, from failing schools.
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Post by Reaper on Fri 06 Feb 2009, 11:38 pm

yeah cool and all but who cares not me or jordan
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