If A Voucher Plan Is To Be Used For Education, Should The Voucher Amount Depend Upon The Person’s Income?

Vouchers provide money for a person to spend. School vouchers provide parents with money that they must spend on schooling their children. With vouchers, the money is received by the school of each parent’s choosing rather than being spent directly by the government-run public school.
Here are a few examples of opinions for and against it:
1) Voucher amounts should vary with household income. The more income, the less help – it’s only fair.
2) Education should be free for everyone. Your income shouldn’t have anything to do with how much voucher power you have.
What are your thoughts?

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One Response to “If A Voucher Plan Is To Be Used For Education, Should The Voucher Amount Depend Upon The Person’s Income?”

  1. Donald B says:

    Public schools are free to everyone. If the public school system were replaced by vouchers, it would have to also be free. However, an alternative would be to keep public schools free and give vouchers only to low income households who could choose to use the vouchers anywhere.

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