Some thoughts on the push to crush public education

Everyone in education was aware that remote and hybrid learning models were a Band-Aid and a bit of a farce. But the whole world was winging it from March 2020 to May 2023.
But the pandemic also threw open a window that was only cracked beforehand. Suddenly, the public—particularly parents and taxpayers—became much more comfortable airing their discontent with public education and educators.
Now New Hampshire is seeing a push toward voucher programs, where per-pupil funds are reallocated away from the public schools and into the hands of parents, who can opt to use the money to help pay the tuition for their children to private or charter schools, or to defray the cost of home schooling.

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