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If that’s true then exclusion of poor students from your private schools is “discriminatory”. They need to take their complaints and shove up their overpaid asses.
If the private schools are discriminating against students, then they don’t deserve a penny and should be taxed out of existence. And their enablers, too.
The United States sometimes has a voucher system that allows some students to go to a private school rather than a public school, controversial as well.
Is source of funding protected by human rights laws?
Won’t anyone thing of the elite ?
well they’d know discriminatory
America provides funding (although not nearly enough) for public education for all kids. If some parents choose an alternative, that choice means they are responsible for the funding of the private/religious/charter school.
That also should mean that they don’t get to have a share of grants that were given to public schools – the schools they chose to leave.
Boo hoo, we can’t get the state funded money our directors would frivolously spend on themselves after wanting a fortune for each child attending.