Education is very important. GPE has mobilized more than US$7 billion for education, creating better opportunities for tens of millions of kids, their communities and their international locations. Thus, IFETs would operate as Ok-12 subsidies for a burgeoning educational innovation: the charter college or its local equivalent.
With guaranteed funding for college students who are at the poverty line, both the colleges and their students would stand a far larger likelihood of academic success than they do now. The IFETs would intervene in the dispute about public dollars funding non-public colleges.
As a substitute, public dollars would fund public colleges designed to accomplish a public need: the true education of America’s least-privileged kids. When billions of dollars are divided among the 9.6 million eligible college-aged kids, the potential for change is staggering.
With a particular end aim to instruct in the 21st century, educational institutes and instructors must …