NC Democrat: School Vouchers could Train Terrorists

No fear-mongering there. A North Carolina Democrat,  June Atkinson,  said that school Vouchers are dangerous – Nothing in the program could prevent,  “establishing schools of terror,” she said.

Sure, lets make sure that we send of our our little children to be indoctrinated by state run schools lead by folks just like North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson!

North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson offered a pointed critique of the state’s new voucher law during a stop in Wilmington Thursday.

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North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson said nothing in voucher law prevents someone from establishing a “school of terror” (Media Credit: WECT)

“With the voucher legislation that we have we could be in dangerous territory as far as taxpayers’ dollars going to private schools,” she said prior to speaking to the N.C. School Boards Association’s Public Policy Conference. “There is nothing in the legislation that would prevent someone from establishing a school of terror.”

Atkinson made the statement in response to a reporter’s question about the new admissions policy at Myrtle Grove Christian School in Wilmington that will allow the private school to reject students from gay families.

Via WECT

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Not a good day for North Carolina Democrat Educators

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