Should there be more spending on primary level education or on university level by government?
America spends over $550 billion a year on public elementary and secondary education in the United States. All three levels of government from federal down to local contribute to the education funding. Education and funds allotted for education are very hot and controversial topics in today's society. You will find many people ready and able to defend both sides of this argument. There is no clear cut answer to this question. You must formulate your own opinion on this topic.
One thing that most people will agree with is the importance of education. Education is important to everyone in the world. Education enables individuals to put their potential to best use and do something productive in the future. It also plays a major role in shaping an individual to be a better, responsible citizen and active member of society. Being educated opens new vistas, removes ignorance, and broadens the framework of the mind which better enables a person to make wise decisions.
Here is a well written article that might be of interest to you: 2012 GOP Candidates: Their Positions on Education. In this article you will find information about the educational stances of the top GOP candidates for the upcoming election.
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