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Alex Sanders on Education


Education is preparation for citizenship & earning a living

Preparation for the duties of citizenship is one of the objectives of education. Preparation for earning a living is another, and the third purpose is making as much of yourself as possible.
Source: Campaign web site, Sanders2002.com, "Wit and Wisdom" Apr 21, 2002

Tuition is fastest growing "tax" in America

The flow of tax dollars to higher education has diminished over the years and continues to diminish. Schools have replaced tax dollars with the fastest growing special tax in America: tuition. The rising cost of tuition threatens the greatest accomplishment in America: access.
Source: Campaign web site, Sanders2002.com, "Wit and Wisdom" Apr 21, 2002

Lifelong advocate for public education

A lifelong advocate for public education, as a legislator Alex Sanders championed education reform and fought to increase pay for public school teachers. As President of the College of Charleston, he raised academic standards and increased the endowment by more than 290 percent. He has long believed that education is the key to preparing our children and adults for the jobs of the future.
Source: Campaign web site, Sanders2002.com, "About Alex" Apr 21, 2002

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