Each of us will need to have an excellent education. 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.
Something that reflects the responsibility we owe to our best public good, kids, and to essentially the most disadvantaged among them. These articles, quick stories, fairy tales and fables educate children about a wide range of subjects so your youngster can be taught more about history and science while bettering literacy and vocabulary abilities.