Yes. Public money should not be used to finance schools that have potentially religious curricula.
53% (194 votes)
No. These charter schools are simply offering a culturally sensitive education. They represent the diverse array of school-choice options that should be made available to all students regardless of income.
20% (74 votes)
It depends. As long as their curricula remain strictly ethical, historical, and cultural, allowing for the free expression of religion without teaching or requiring the practice of it, such schools should be allowed to apply for public funding.
24% (87 votes)
None of the above. (See below to comment.)
2% (8 votes)
Total votes: 363