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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...5yrs

No, we should focus on improving our public schools and increasing teacher wages instead

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@983JDLF answered…5 days

@97K667M answered…4wks

Only in part privatisation with the rest of ownership by the local authority.

@97K667M answered…4wks

Yes but only in part privatisation with the rest of ownership by the local authority.

@964HRWR answered…2mos

@95YLM8H answered…2mos

Yes, but only while also focusing on improving our public schools and increasing teacher wages

@94JPB6W answered…3mos

@947TBV3Reclaim Party answered…4mos

private schools are a good idea but they shouldn't be publically funded. Also public schools should still exist.

@92F9P8D answered…8mos

I would support any initiative that improved the quality and range of educational choices in available

@8Z5C3QY answered…10mos

Yes, but our education system shouldn't be privatized. Charter schools releasing us from the rules of a regular school & adapted to fit each student rather than a factory for the same mindset.

@8YGGHN7 answered…11mos

Schools funded by the state should come under local government control and not profiteers or sectarian schooling.

@8XMYXZ3Conservative answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they are better regulated and provide at least the same quality education as a public school

@8WKMZRZGreen answered…1yr

Yes, but there should be more public schools than charter schools.

@DAVIEBrexit Party answered…1yr

This would be raised in public debate and could be voted on via Liquid Democracy.

@8TJNTNQ answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they are non-profit, not at the expense of funding public schools and education should not be privatised

@8TG49FS answered…1yr

All Schools should be Run by the Church of England to teach Children how to Respect and Obey God.

@8TFGP8PLabour answered…1yr

No, education should remain public but also needs improving as well as increasing teacher wages.

@8SST2LY answered…2yrs

if parents want t osend there kids to these type of schools then why not

@8SM3D3KLabour answered…2yrs

Primary focus should be to improve existing schools and if they do come in to place they should not be for profit with proceeds going towards tax with allowance for investment in facilities only. Wages to staff should be comparable as to not detract from quality of teachers choosing to go to public schools.

@8SLGP5V answered…2yrs

If people wish to use them they should be at a cost and no public funding should be put towards it. Our public schools need to be better supported!

@8SHMZC8 answered…2yrs

@8SBSW6YConservative answered…2yrs

No we should focus on improving the schools education system in general

@8S7K2RT answered…2yrs

No, the public education system should be ran by the state/state-owned businesses, student's individual needs should be payed more attention to in all schools anyhow

@8RQ46WD answered…2yrs

Yes as long as they can provide equal or better education as state schools

@8R56NKT answered…2yrs

No Education should not be privateised. We should focus on improving resources and teachers wages in public schools.

@Elyspethian answered…2yrs

We should be focused on funding state schools and improving the educational opportunities for the masses—programmes for those of particular aptitudes in various areas—including those of which are vocational—should also be considered—though the entrance into said programs should also be not solely credited through standardised testing.

@8Q5BLS8 answered…2yrs

Yes, But we should focus on improving the quality of public schools and increasing teacher wages.

@8P9KYKR answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if they are non-profit, not at the expense of funding public schools, education should not be privatised and we should focus on improving our public schools and increasing teacher wages instead

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