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Loveless’ Education Policies need a Mechanic

January 16, 2017

Jayden Mills, a Chickasha HS Senior, has some great thoughts on bad analogies. His post has a perfect ending! I’m glad he’s getting a great education where my parents and grandparents did.

From The Desk of An Oklahoma Student

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Senator Kyle Loveless posted on Facebook, “My opinion piece in the Oklahoman about Educational freedom” attached was this article. If you’re reading this, chances are you know how I feel about Education Savings Accounts (ESAs) or vouchers.

But what really irks me about this particular post is that in his article, he compares his envisioned education market with the competitive market of the car service industry: “When my car breaks down, I don’t do business with the closest mechanic to my home. I find the mechanic who can provide the best service and repair for my money.” He goes on to say that he is “proposing legislation that allows qualified families to move their child from a public school and take up to 75 percent of the student’s funding with them.”

What I’d like to know (And I commented this on his Facebook post) is this:
Imagine that the closest mechanic…

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  1. Rick Dugger
    January 17, 2017 at 8:09 am

    Do you suppose that Loveless receives money from the DeVos’s PAC?

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  2. Larry sadler
    January 17, 2017 at 10:44 am

    If they do this and destroy public education, which it will, then you need to contact your representatives and let them know we will be voting them out of office in2018. We cannot allow the radical right to continue to destroy public education and our states
    economy.

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