A national school voucher program, maybe, if Republicans win the White House in November.
Under the blaze of an eastward sun, Romney fired up the crowd, saying he’d abolish the current administration’s healthcare plan, restore $716 billion to Medicare—he claims were diverted to pay for President Obama’s healthcare initiative—and reverse the trend of reducing the nation’s military budget.
Romney also pledged to expand trade, bring high-waged jobs back to America, and reverse the nation’s unemployment numbers.
But the biggest surprise—at least to me—came when Romney said he planned to give families control over public education money, as well as the power to make individual choices about where those dollars would be spent if he’s successful in his November 2012 bid for the presidency.
What do you think about a national school voucher system?