One of the few truly rational arguments against education tuition vouchers is that if implemented on a universal basis they would further separate the “haves” from the “have-nots” and create another instance of the so-called neo-conservatives perpetuating the politics of exclusion. Instead, we suggest a voucher plan that would be awarded according to family income and benefit only those truly in need, thus furthering the efforts of those espousing the politics of inclusion.
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Palestini, R. H. (2001). Educational Choices and the Politics of Inclusion. Journal of Catholic Education, 5 (1). Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol5/iss1/2