Nikki Haley has presented her ideas on changing South Carolina education. Many of points include having a smaller state education office and introducing performance based pay for South Carolina teachers.
But also, the interesting idea of school buildings made an appearance. Apparently, many schools embark on extensive building projects. Of course, there is nothing wrong building and preparing for a growing future, however, this shouldn’t be at the expense of any other aspect of school education quality, say in special education.
It is a shame that many school boards haphazardly budget funds away from quality education, but political rhetoric is spewed many times during campaigns but they rarely make an appearance when the politician has been elected.
Her opponent, Vincent Sheheen has made a point to proclaim his views. He fervently opposes vouchers……people asking for monetary help to pay for private school education. Of course, he fails to realize that people would not be searching for a private school options if current public education was serving its purpose
Do feel free to continue researching where the candidates stand on matters concerning your student’s academic welfare. The candidates are still required to answer to the people of their state. In November, exercise your right to choose who leads South Carolina.
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