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Arvin Vohra on Education

Libertarian candidate for President; Libertarian Party Vice-Ch

 


Vouchers are just food stamps for education

Q: Do you support or oppose the statement, "Vouchers for school choice"?

A: Strongly oppose. This is just replacing one type of welfare (government schools) with another type of welfare (vouchers). Vouchers are just food stamps for education. It is the parent's responsibility to provide education, not˙ If it's not your kid, it's not your responsibility. If you can't afford to pay for education, and can't be bothered to learn to homeschool, don't have kids.

Source: OnTheIssues interview of 2018 Maryland Senate candidate , Mar 30, 2018

Stop the one-size-fits-none education programs

When we defund the Department of Education, we put a stop to One-Size-Fits-None programs like Common Core and No Child Left Behind, and we replace those blunders with parental choice programs that can actually work. You, the one person who cares the most about your child's education, will find much better programs than any third party could. Now we have a populace educated by parents who care, instead of by politicians who want to get reelected and make political decisions.˙
Source: 2018 Maryland Senate campaign website VoteVohra.com , Dec 12, 2017

Cut back Common Core and the Department of Education

The Libertarian Party suggests not just stopping Obama's proposed new programs, but rolling back old ones that most Americans don't consider might be hurting more than helping. Party vice-chair Arvin Vohra suggests, for example, that rather than further subsidizing community colleges, Obama could do more for both educational affordability and quality by cutting back existing federal interventions and contributions to education, all the way down to Common Core and the Department of Education
Source: Reason Mag.: Libertarian response to 2015 State of the Union , Jan 20, 2015

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