The Road to the White House #5: Religious education

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July 24, 2007 15:32
The Road to the White House #5: Religious education

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About 'The Road to the White House'
Question #5
The cost of education has become almost unaffordable for parents who send their children to parochial schools, Jewish or other. No one is asking for the state to pay for religious studies. Americans want to keep Church and state separate. But what is your platform/plan/program to assist parents who want their children to have a religious as well as secular education? Contributors:
  • Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico (D)
  • Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York (D)
  • Senator Barack Obama of Illinois (D)
  • Senator Joe Biden of Delaware (D)
  • Former Senator John Edwards of North Carolina (D)
  • Senator John McCain of Arizona (R) Click here to read the answers>>>

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