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Published on Jun 9, 2012
"Late last month, the state of Louisiana unveiled a new school voucher program, joining 14 other states that have recently increased the availability of vouchers to fund private school tuition with public dollars. This latest pet project of popular Republican Governor Bobby Jindal, called Louisiana Believes, is now regarded as the most extensive voucher system in the United States -- out-privatizing even the state of Indiana, where nearly 60 percent of the state's students are eligible for vouchers. By eroding caps on family income levels, and thereby providing voucher assistance to both low- and middle-income families, Indiana's plan aimed to remake public education in the state more extensively than any voucher system in US history -- until now. Like Indiana's program, Louisiana's new voucher plan is so wide in scope that it could eventually cut the state's public education funding in half. But in a number of crucial ways, the Louisiana model works even harder to destroy public education than Indiana's program does...".* Ana Kasparian and Cenk Uygur discuss on The Young Turks.