In neighborhoods where some people say children simply can't learn, the faith-based schools are proving the naysayers wrong. These schools provide a good, solid academic foundation for children. They also help children understand the importance of discipline and character. ...
We have an interest in the health of these centers of excellence; it's in the country's interest to get beyond the debate of public/private, to recognize this is a critical national asset that provides a critical part of our nation's fabric ...
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
'A glorious part of our history'
That's how President Bush recently described faith-based schools. He encouraged state and local policymakers to consider enacting vouchers and tax credits to ensure that these "centers of excellence" continue to thrive.
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