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To: Geoff Altman who wrote (109)9/24/2008 6:26:38 PM
From: ChinuSFO  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 119
You don't need to use vouchers in Charter schools. If a student enrolls in a Charter school, then the money the student's home school would have received from the Govt. is automatically funnelled to the Charter school and not to the public school of the enrollee.

A voucher lets a parent enroll a student in a parochial or religious school. I opposed a Charter school proposal because they wanted to teach religion disguised as Moral Science in that Charter. It got denied. And by the way, they wanted to teach the Koran. I would have opposed it even if they included the Bible in its charter.

I don't think you are qualified enough to talk about Charter schools even though we both are from California. You need to be very well versed in the Ed Code of California.