Results from the 2013 PEFNC Education Poll are in! Bottom line: Voters want choice for families and flexibility for districts.
Do you support or oppose giving local public school districts more flexibility in making decisions on how to fund and run their schools?
Not sure 15%
Should local school principals and superintendents have greater flexibility, without school approval, to make more personnel and funding decisions for their schools?
Not sure 16%
Which of these two statements about school choice do you agree with more: (Rotated) Providing parents with more options will improve education for all students? Or, Public education will be harmed by allowing parents to move children out of the public school system?
Not sure 13%
Currently many families with limited income are unable to provide the best education for their children. Would you support or oppose the state providing scholarship grants of around $4,000 a year to help families pay for tuition and other educational expenses at a school of their choice?
Not sure 12%
Some states allow families with limited income the option of sending their child to the school of their choice, including both religious and non-religious private schools. This policy gives tax credits to businesses if they contribute money to nonprofit organizations that distribute scholarships to these families. Do you support or oppose a tax credit scholarship system?
Not sure 13%